Preparation Programs Can't Match Demand

Robelen, Erik W.
September 2008
Education Week;9/10/2008, Vol. 28 Issue 3, pS4
The article focuses on training programs for charter school principals. It explains that several organizations and schools have implemented charter school principal training programs, including Central Michigan University and the New York City Center for Charter School Excellence. A report by the National Charter School Research Project is mentioned and other training programs are described.


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