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Morning Video: Charter School Approach To District Success

If you're like me you probably missed the Hamilton Project's back to school confab late last month, including this panel about charter school ideas in a district context, featuring Roland Fryer, Seth Andrew (RIP), and Terry Grier.  You can also read a paper from Fryer here. Plus some coverage of the event below.

Fryer’s Pilot Program for Charter Approach Shows Positive Results

Education News • October 3, 2012 • Julia Lawrence

Education News outlines findings from a new Hamilton Project discussion paper, “Learning from the Successes and Failures of Charter Schools,” in which Roland Fryer of Harvard demonstrates how preliminary results in Houston and Denver public schools provide a path forward for applying effective charter school methods in traditional public schools.

 Applying Lessons From Charters to Regular Public Schools

Education Week’s “Charters & Choice” • October 2, 2012 • Sean Cavanagh

In Education Week’s “Charters & Choice,” Sean Cavanagh highlights findings from a new Hamilton Project discussion paper, “Learning from the Successes and Failures of Charter Schools,” in which Roland Fryer of Harvard demonstrates how preliminary results in Houston and Denver public schools provide a path forward for applying effective charter school methods in traditional public schools.

 Traditional or charter schools? Actually, they help each other, study says

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