Competition from charter schools fails to spark sense of urgency in nation's capitol

06/20/2003 | Washington Post, The

Washington, D.C., schools' response to booming enrollment at charter schools has been passive, despite predictions by charter school backers that the growth of charter schools would benefit traditional public schools. Increased funding from the city government has softened the blow for traditional schools and has made the charter school issues seem less urgent.

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