Charter advocate launches four new schools in Oregon

09/20/2004 | Oregonian (Portland), The

Critics contend the controversial Direct Instruction curriculum, which will be taught to all students in a string of new Portland-area charter schools, is too regimented and phonics-driven. Schools founder Charles Arthur, who conquered dyslexia to earn three graduate degrees, dismisses detractors of the curriculum by simply noting, "it works."

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