Columnist: Don't rush to judge the charter-school movement

08/25/2004 |

New York Times education columnist Samuel G. Freedman decries the polarization that followed last week's release of an American Federation of Teachers study showing charter schools trailed conventional public schools in students' math and reading proficiency. He believes the report's greatest value may be in ushering in greater accountability for the nation's "wildly eclectic" 3,000 charter schools.

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