If charter schools are a safety valve, then they make for an expensive and leaky valve at a time when urban districts like the BPS are under tremendous budget pressure. Rather than divert resources to a separate system of schools with precious little accountability, letâ€™s focus our efforts on changing the way business is done at Court Street and on continuing to improve Bostonâ€™s schools, one at a time. I just donâ€™t see an alternative if we want to offer Bostonâ€™s students great educations choices. Step one along this path will be the selection of a new Boston School Superintendent who understands the problems faced by the BPS, and possesses a vision that can mobilize all stakeholders to tackle those problems.
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