Charter Schools are Ruining Public Education.(?)

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I cannot tell you how many times I hear this statement, see it in print, and watch people really buy into it, as if charter schools were the only reason that the breakdown in “public education” was happening to begin with.  I conducted a Google search of this statement, “charter schools are ruining public education.”… Read more »

Let’s Get a Grant!

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Have you ever been in this situation? You and your board of trustees are discussing implementing a program that would benefit your students, but funds are unavailable and someone suddenly suggests, “Let’s write a grant!” This scenario happens frequently. And, although grants are a great source of funding, getting a grant is a difficult way… Read more »