For-profit managers bring success to Philadelphia schools

Last year, the proportion of proficient students in schools run by Edison Schools Inc. rose an average of 10 percentage points, a rate that far exceeded the average gains made in the seven years before Edison started. H. Christopher Whittle, founder of the private company, says the backing of district CEO Paul Vallas and his school board helped Edison weather initial opposition from teachers and community groups.

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