Opinion: What will be charter schools' legacy?

Shortly after their heyday, most alternative high schools disappeared within a decade despite the best intentions of educators, parents and students, writes Norm Fruchter, director of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform's Community Involvement Program. Fruchter speculates on what will be the ultimate impact of charter schools on the evolving scene of public education in America.

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