Articles: Policy & Compliance

What’s ahead for New York City charters?

Incoming mayor Bill de Blasio says he plans to charge charters rent for using public school buildings

Diane Ravitch: Changing education from the grassroots up

Her latest book, "Reign of Error," argues against testing, the charter school movement, and federally driven mandates

More schools choose a four-day week

While some districts lean toward year-round schedules, others shortening the week as budgets drop

Common Core opponents fear courses will suffer

Critics of standards say teaching of literature will take a backseat as emphasis shifts to informational texts

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