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Proposed Priorities Regarding the Quality Charter Schools Program’s National Dissemination Grants
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Proposed Priorities Regarding the Quality Charter Schools Program’s National Dissemination Grants

In these comments, Neil Campbell provides some recommendations for how to strengthen the proposed priorities to address pressing needs in the charter school sector.

In these comments, Neil Campbell, former director of innovation for K-12 Education Policy at CAP, provides some recommendations for how to strengthen the proposed priorities and ensure grantees address pressing needs in the charter school sector. This includes requiring more specificity about how to prevent conflicts of interest in the sector; focusing on helping existing charter schools to improve; encouraging grantees to pursue community input; and taking into consideration the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on charter schools and authorizers.

Read the full comments here.

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Neil Campbell

Director, Innovation

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