Charter Schools: Challenges & Advantages in Rural America – Interview with Juliet Squire | VIEWPOINT is produced by the American Enterprise Institute.
From the American Enterprise Institute‘s video description:
Proponents of school choice generally champion charter schools as a way to expand the education options available to families. But, for a host of policy and practical reasons, charters may not always be a the right reform for a rural community. AEI’s Andy Smarick and Juliet Squire from Bellwether Education Partners discuss the K-12 needs of rural America and when chartering might be a good fit.
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