An Art of Science Teaching Inquiry
Charter schools are seen as a cure-all to raise test scores of American students. It kind of like a philosopher’s stone, or a 19th century elixir, to serve as an antidote for the ills of traditional public schools. Many policymakers are motivated by the delusion that choice and competition is the answer to solving problems facing our schools.
Public schools are the only agent that can create a sense of community among diverse communities from which students come.… Read more