Mich. teachers assail universities that grant charters

Ponessa, Jeanne
March 1996
Education Week;3/13/96, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p5
Reports that a number of Michigan public school teachers are opposing charter schools by refusing to accept student-teachers from universities that grant charters. Teachers' complaints against the Grand Valley State University in Allendale and Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant.


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