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ArtikelMunicipally Operated Charter Schools: A New Trend in Community Services  
Oleh: Brown, Pamela M.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Education And Urban Society vol. 39 no. 1 (Nov. 2006), page 3-18.
Topik: municipal; charter schools
Fulltext: 3.pdf (89.9KB)
Isi artikelMany cities throughout the United States are experiencing rapid population growth and an increased demand for public services delivered in safe, livable neighborhoods. Some of those cities have recognized the need to offer an improved urban school system for their residents and have begun to embrace the charter school movement through the use of innovative local partnerships. There is a nexus between these educational strategies and the principles of community education. Advocates of community education emphasize the importance of community agencies and local residents becoming active partners in community concerns, including the school system. Schools are viewed as localized and community based. This study was undertaken in an attempt to identify the number and location of municipally operated charter schools in the United States, examine the potential nexus with municipal economic development strategies, and measure the schools against community education principles.
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