Letter: What can we learn from this charter school compromise?
Jan 28, 1:00 AM
The New Bedford compromise deal to create a neighborhood charter school has some positives going for it, since it reinforces the ideal of having a good school in every neighborhood of every city (“New Bedford’s promising charter school compromise,” Editorial, Jan. 20). However, in our opinion, it violates the single most important principle of successful education reform: that students, parents, and teachers must find a school whose culture, values, and instructional systems work best for them.
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