Last week, on my blog at WHYY's Newsworks, I responded to Dr. Diane Ravitch's rebuttal to NJ Ed. Comm. Cerf's editorial on charter schools at NJ Spotlight. This exchange has generated a lot of heat, although not much light. In my post today, I address the portfolio of public school choice in NJ -- magnet schools, the Interdistrict Public School Choice Program, and charter schools -- and wonder why it's only charters that excite such animosity.
Read it here.
Labels: Cerf, charter schools, school choice