Posted on April 9, 2009 at 6:42pm
In many public schools, learning has been paralyzed by a combination of poor teaching, peer pressures that undercut academic success, and outright disruption of classrooms.
Is it possible that healthier outcomes would emerge by engaging students as designers -- and stakeholders -- of for-profit learning ventures that compete with under-performing schools?
A new framework for success-sharing
Many states now permit formation of for-profit charter schools,… Continue