When It Comes To Charter Schools, Kentucky Is Doing It Wrong, Thanks to Influence from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

By Jeanne Allen for the Huffington Post

Who would attempt to create a new school knowing that they have no guarantee of funding?

The first charter school law in America was enacted in 1991 in Minnesota. A quarter of a century later, there are nearly three million students attending more than 7,000 charter schools in 43 states and the District of Columbia.  But there’s a right way and a wrong way for a state to join the charter school movement. And despite the prevailing winds, Kentucky appears to be about to do it the wrong way.

Source: When It Comes To Charter Schools, Kentucky Is Doing It Wrong | The Huffington Post

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