Should Funding and Facilities Follow the Child?
Charter advocates are pushing for greater access to facilities and more equitable funding. At the same time, some school districts are seeing steep budget cuts, and in some cases facing bankruptcy, in part because of a shift of students and funding to charter schools. We explore a range of perspectives on this complicated issue.
Dale Mezzacappa, contributing editor, Philadelphia Public School Notebook (moderator); Bryan Hassel, co-director, Public Impact; Gary Miron, professor, Western Michigan University; Pedro Ramos, chairman, Philadelphia School Reform Board; Joe Williams, executive director, Democrats for Education Reform. Recorded at EWA’s 65th National Seminar on May 18, 2012.