Opinion: Next Massachusetts governor should use charters to close achievement gap

07/12/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

As part of an occasional look at issues shaping the governor's race this year, The Boston Globe assesses the leading candidates' proposals for boosting student achievement in Massachusetts. The newspaper says the best strategies include raising the mandatory attendance age, expanding charter schools that serve at-risk students and extending the school day and school year.

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