Opinion: Charter fixes long overdue

Charter schools were authorized in Pennsylvania more than two decades ago on the premise that they would innovate outside the regulatory and legacy union contract constraints that conventional public schools face, improve student performance and create competition that would force all schools to improve. Today, it’s clear that implementation of that vision has been uneven. 

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Source: The Times-Tribune, February 10, 2020.