K. A.
September 2007
Education Week;9/19/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p5
The article discusses a report by Education Sector, a Washington D.C. based think tank, which found that laws which govern charter schools impact their success. The report found that laws governing charter schools vary from state to state. The goal of the report is to determine which regulations produce better schools. Suggestions which have been made for charter school laws, such as offering incentives for charter schools to open in underserved communities, are mentioned.


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