School Choice & Charters Video

New Orleans Charters Work for Some, But Not All

August 19, 2015 1:15

Add 1000 more rows at bottom. 15Sheet1 Explore Karran Harper Royal, a New Orleans parent and education activist, says it’s impossible to compare pre- and post-Katrina education in New Orleans. See the whole story at http://neworleans.edweek.org Education Week Video

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