No Way Out

Judis, John B.
May 2000
New Republic;05/08/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 19, p46
Focuses on the public school system in Montgomery County, Maryland. View that a majority of school curriculum is insufficient preparation for college or work despite national statistics that highlight Maryland as one of the leading states in high school education; Criticism of the charter school proposal by educators Julie Greenberg, Bob Mathis, and Joe Hawkins; Possibility that allowing charter schools and student transfers from the country's worse schools would remove much of the political rationale for vouchers.


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