Charter schools--shafts of hope

Kleiner, Ellen
March 1995
Mothering;Spring95, Issue 74, p25
Focuses on charter schools in the United States. Charter laws in 11 states; Open enrollment policy; State laws requiring that schools be nonsectarian, tuition free and nondiscriminatory with regard to ethnicity, national origin, gender and disability.


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