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School choice is the most talked about reform of American public education, yet writings about choice remain highly speculative because no state has adopted a free market approach to education--until now. The charter school is fast becoming one of the most significant attempts at public education reform in this country. Over 1100 charter schools op
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Real World School Choice: Arizona Charter Schools; (Robert Maranto, Scott Milliman, Frederick Hess, and April Gresham); Theoretical and National Perspectives; And This Parent Went to Market: Education as Public vs. Private Good; (L. Elaine Halchin); The Death of One Best Way: Charter Schools as Reinventing Government; (Robert Maranto); Congress and Charter Schools; (David L.; Leal); Charter Schools: A National; Innovation, an Arizona Revolution; (Bryan C. Hassel); Social Scientists Look; at Arizona Charter Schools; The Wild West of; Education Reform: Arizona Charter Schools; (Robert Maranto and April Gresham); Why Arizona Embarked on School Reform (and Nevada Did Not); (Stephanie Timmons-Brown and Frederick Hess); Do Charter Schools Improve District Schools? Three Approaches to the Question; (Robert Maranto, Scott Milliman, Frederick Hess, and April Gresham); Closing Charters: How A Good Theory Failed in Practice; (Gregg A. Garn and Robert T. Stout); Nothing New: Curricula in Arizona Charter Schools; (Robert T. Stout and Gregg A. Garn); How Arizona Teachers View; School Reform; (Frederick Hess, Robert Maranto, Scott Milliman and April Gresham); Practitioners Look at Arizona Charter Schools; The Empowerment of Market-Based School Reform; (Lisa Graham Keegan); A Voice From the State Legislature: Dont Do What Arizona Did!; (Mary Hartley); Public Schools and the Charter Movement: An Emerging Relationship; (Lee L. Hager); Whose Idea Was This Anyway? The Challenging Metamorphosis from Private to Charter; (Jim Spencer); Lessons; In Lieu of Conclusions: Tentative Lessons From a Contested Frontier; (Robert Maranto, Scott Milliman, Frederick Hess, and April Gresham).
Frederick Hess, April Gresham
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