Charter Schools Take Hold in Post-Katrina New Orleans

More than half of public school students in New Orleans now attend charter schools, which is more than in any other major U.S. city. The educational experiment taking place in the Big Easy could have implications for educators and policymakers in other areas across the country, including the District of Columbia.

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