Charter school replication: one school's story
Goddard, Tiffany Elise
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Charter school replication has become an important topic in education in recent years. Through federal and state funding incentives, many one-off, “mom and pop” charter schools are choosing to grow into larger charter management organizations (CMOs). This ethnographic study looks at one Massachusetts’ charter school that grew into a CMO operating three schools within the same city. This study shares the experiences of this school in order to inform other school leaders about the balance between replication and innovation.
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