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In Case You Missed It: Are Charter Schools Models of Reform for Traditional Public Schools?

January 31, 2012 1 minute Read by Jay P. Greene

In this blog post that previously appeared on the Education Next blog, Bush Institute Education Reform Fellow Jay P. Greene discusses a recent study  that argues charter schools can and should be used as models of reform for traditional public schools. Read about what these reforms are and how they are being implemented on a small scale now – and whether we can hope they will work on a large scale in the future. This post written by Jay P. Greene, an Education Reform Fellow at the George W. Bush Institute.  Find him on Twitter: @jaypgreene 


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Jay P. Greene
Jay P. Greene

As a fellow, Mr. Greene launched the Bush Institute’s Global Report Card and updates it annually. He holds the 21st Century Chair in Education Reform at the University of Arkansas.

Mr. Greene earned a bachelor’s degree from Tufts University and a doctorate from Harvard University.
 

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