Rocketship, a growing national chain of charter schools, hopes to open eight schools in Washington, DC, serving up to 5200 students. The Public Charter School
Targeted Philanthropy and the New Focus on “Competency” Graduation Requirements
Money is a big force in educational decision-making. So is talk about money: Educators make all sorts of decisions based on financial issues. Public schools
More DC Tax Dollars to Support Lobbying Efforts?
Nexus Academy is a product of the wealthiest of the three corporations to seek fast-track charter approval in the District of Columbia: RSED (Rocketship charter
Blended Learning on the Fast-Track: PCSB Hearing Jan 28
School of the future? Or “miniature call-center,” as one observer sees it? Either way, this model of education could be headed for DC following one
Cafe Tables As Education Reform?
Is there any educational justification for placing young students in front of computer screens for substantial portions of their school hours each day? (more photos,