On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Our series on charter schools concludes with a look at charter schools nationwide. What questions should parents, teachers and communities ask as we evaluate our own charter schools? And what lessons can the DC school system learn from Michigan, California, New York, or New Orleans?
- Andrew Rotherham Co-Director, Education Sector
- Beth Fertig Senior Reporter at WNYC radio; author of "Why Can't U Teach Me 2 Read?: Three Students and a Mayor Put our Schools to the Test"
- Gary Miron Professor of Education, Western Michigan University
- Bruce Fuller Professor of Education & Public Policy, University of California - Berkeley
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