Are unions good or bad for charter schools?

01/4/2010 | Harvard Education Letter

Unionized charter schools have become more common over the past year and a half -- with some teachers unionizing over work conditions while some charter operators have insisted on working with union teachers. Supporters say the movement can make charters a leader in innovative education and labor agreements. Union leaders say it is a "new path" for charters, but critics worry that unions are a distraction to such schools.

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