Topic - Jeanne Allen

Subscribe to this topic via RSS or ATOM
Related Stories
  • Trenise Duvernay teaches a fourth-grade math class at Alice M. Harte Charter School in New Orleans. New Orleans, whose schools were ravaged five years ago by Hurricane Katrina, has relied heavily on charter schools to rebuild its public education system. (Associated Press)

    Charter schools finding niches

    While many of the first-generation charter schools mimicked their public counterparts in structure and scope, many of the second-generation schools are tailor-made, according to subject matter or populations or moral goals.

More Stories →

Happening Now