Monthly Archives: May 2010

Remainders: Students similar, not the same at PS 194, Success

Harlem Success serves fewer needy students overall than P.S. 194, Kim Gittleson finds. A new student group helped teachers test out professional development by taking part in it. New York RTTT roundup: Times, Daily News, Post, Gotham Gazette, oh yeah and us! Nelson Smith, of the national charter lobby, suggests NY charter supporters gave away too much. The Atlantic’s Wire … Continue reading

Five questions the new charter school law leaves unanswered

New York State Capitol, photo via Flickr. One consequence of the charter cap legislation passed in Albany today is clear: it’s now possible for 114 new charter schools to open in New York City over the next four years, more than doubling the number of charters and students in them. Statewide, the door is open … Continue reading

Five questions the new charter school law leaves unanswered

New York State Capitol, photo via Flickr. One consequence of the charter cap legislation passed in Albany today is clear: it’s now possible for 114 new charter schools to open in New York City over the next four years, more than doubling the number of charters and students in them. Statewide, the door is open … Continue reading