Tuesday, February 25, 2014

MNPS special meeting on charter schools.

This meeting is almost four hours long. I have not watched it myself yet, but hope to do so. It is clear from The Tennessean's report that MNPS continues to view charter schools, not as a means of improving public education but as a threat to public education. We need a chance at the school board. We need school board members that embrass reform and educational excellence.

Below is the Tennessean's report on this special meeting:

Metro school officials didn’t back down from a controversial new policy that defines where new charter schools in Davidson County can locate as talks opened on Monday.
Instead, its chief architect reaffirmed the lay of the land. (link)

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