Today, charter schools are most often seen as competitors, battling traditional schools for students and scarce education dollars. What would happen if the hostilities suddenly ceased and the two began to work together as originally envisioned?
Jeffrey Henig, a professor of political science and education at Teachers College, Columbia University, speaks with John Tulenko about the New York City charter conflict.
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Critics on the right and the left are saying that Arne Duncan is “meddling" in schools. They accuse him of acting like the nation’s School Superintendent and not the U.S. Secretary of Education. Is he overstepping boundaries?