Study: School Competition Fosters Marketing, Not Academics
New research out of New Orleans suggests that a charter school market likely requires increased policy oversight.
New research from University of Texas at Austin assistant professor Huriya Jabbar and the Education Research Alliance for New Orleans suggests that a market inundated by charter school competition likely requires increased oversight from policymakers. Of 30 schools studied, the majority chose to focus on marketing tactics rather than academic improvements. (Washington Post)
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