The Standard-Times of New Bedford

By CHARLES CHIEPPO AND JAMIE GASS

February 20, 2010

Recent reform legislation that doubled the number of charter school seats in the neediest school districts is an important step forward for public education in Massachusetts. But the commonwealth has taken two steps backward thanks to disastrous changes to the way Massachusetts sets education policy.

Mere mention of the term “education governance” is enough to make eyelids droop. But Massachusetts has become the poster child for just how dreadful the results can be when you get governance wrong. {Read more here|

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