Charter schools present alternatives to parents seeking options for educating their children. They have different education programs and are held to different standards than traditional public schools. But what happens when a charter school decides to unionize? D.C. is about to find out.

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  • Martin Austermuhle Reporter, WAMU 88.5
  • Christian Herr Teacher, Cesar Chavez Public Charter School at Chavez Prep Middle School
  • Max Eden Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute @maxeden99

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