Massachusetts has many great schools and many great school districts. And as a parent, I took it for granted that my kids were going to go to the kind of school where they would get the education they needed to be successful.Read More
Families with economic means have freedom of choice when it comes to educating their kids. It is not only unfair but damaging to society that families without such economic advantages do not.Read More
Voters will be asked next week if Massachusetts should lift the cap and allow more charter schools to operate in the state.Read More
In the last few months as we approach Election Day, I’ve been troubled by some of the discussion around Question 2 on the upcoming ballot. My hope is that you will vote ‘Yes’ for charter schools and share this message with family, friends and coworkers.
Is there a need in the community for charter schools? The crazy thing about the Massachusetts ballot Question 2 in the upcoming election is that the fates of families in underperforming districts to have access to excellent schools, is up to votes in all communities in Massachusetts.Read More
Opponents of Question 2, which would allow more public charter schools in low-performing school districts, have been employing scare tactics to spread fear about its impact, arguing it would result in uncontrolled growth of public charter schools that would bankrupt district schools.Read More