There’s an interesting article on charter schools entitled “Charting a better course” in the July 7-13 edition of The Economist magazine. The Economist is generally high on charters – publicly funded but privately managed schools – as an alternative to the plodding, uneven public school system.

Not everyone shares that enthusiasm, though, least of all threatened public school teacher unions. And debates rage in the educational world on the relative “success” of charter schools in enhancing student performance in comparison to the publics.

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