Currently capped at 30 (sort of), charter schools may not be more than an blip on the radar for some in Chicago right now, but they're a big deal elsewhere and likely to continue to grow in CPS as well. Ten years from now, I'm guessing that charters -- and maybe even vouchers -- are going to be fairly commonplace, for better or worse.
That's what makes this job -- NACSA policy director -- the "job of the week." It's at a national organization that's based in Chicago -- not such a common thing. It reunites
Butch Richmond and Sundance Ayers. They're doing lots of work in NOLA among other places. And authorizing -- the process of screening and approving and if necessary de-authorizing -- is one of the most important places in the charter quality equation.
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