by Paul T. Hill
The expert contributors to this volume tell how state laws and policies have stacked the deck against charter schools by limiting the number of charter schools allowed in a state, forbidding for-profit firms from holding charters, forcing them to pay rent out of operating funds, and other ways. They explain how these policies can be amended to level the playing field and give charter schools-and the children they serve-a fairer chance to succeed.
|Publication date:||15th October 2006|
|Author:||Paul T. Hill|
|Publisher:||Hoover Institution Press,U.S.|
|Categories:||Organization & management of education,|
Paul T. Hill is a research professor in the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs and director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, both at the University of Washington.More About Paul T. Hill