D.C. mayor looks to charters as key to urban renewal

10/27/2004 | Education Week

Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony A. Williams firmly believes that expanding the number of charter schools in the city can help him realize his goal of attracting 100,000 new residents during the next ten years. Yet, some of the families the mayor hopes would support his new charters have filed a lawsuit contending his City Build Charter School Initiative is undermining regular public schools.

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