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Best Education Journalism of the Week (October 3-7, 2016)

Featuring school discipline, NYC charters, refugee students, and more.
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“No excuses” charter schools have become a prominent feature of modern school reform. What exactly are they? This is how Joan Goodman, a professor in the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and director of...

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Above: Charter school hacks Glad to see the NAACP come out against charter schools and the fraud that they offer African-Americans a better education. With charter schools educating as many as half the students in some American citi...

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