Free to Learn

Free to Learn

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Charters are by nature different not just from traditional public schools, but from one another. With their freedom and flexibility, some charter schools have opened doors and opportunities for many poor minority children who were previously trapped at failing campuses run by school district bureaucracies. These successful charter schools have perfected alternative models of organization, management, and discipline that shatter the status-quo orthodoxy. In Free to Learn, successful charter principals and teachers a€“ who often do things contrary to the public education establishment a€“ offer hope and practical advice for the charter movement. After Hurricane Katrina, Free to Learn served as an inspiration and handbook for charter school administrators in New Orleans.Knowledge and the state standards aquot;I think continuity in leader- do not necessarily align in subjects ship is really important to ... She said: My first grade principal or the group in a few weeks is doing a walk leaders, I think thata#39;s the through ... Given the schoola#39;s adherence to Core Knowledge, it comes as no surprise that Montague uses the philosophically similar and compatible Saxon Math curriculum.


Title:Free to Learn
Author: Lance T. Izumi, Xiaochin Claire Yan
Publisher:Pacific Research Inst for Public - 2005-01-01
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