Skip to main content


Welcome, the Hub connects all projects

Library


Building a Plane While Flying It: Early Lessons from Developing Charter Schools

Abstract

"Although high quality teaching and learning have always been key goals of those who have designed and supported charter schools, most research about charter schools has not addressed the instructional and organizational issues associated with creating high quality educational programs. ... The authors identified three major categories of issues the schools dealt with that cut across all sample charter schools: developing curricular and instructional programs, developing a meaningful accountability system, and developing management/leadership systems. In each of these areas, charter schools displayed both strengths that supported their development and challenges that seemed to impede their progress. The authors conclude with recommendations for further research."

Comments

Comments are visible to site members only.

Current members may log-in to participate in the comments; others must apply to join.