Class Struggle: How Carter Schools Get Students They Want
Students may be asked to submit a 15-page typed research paper,
an original short story, or a handwritten essay on the historical
figure they would most like to meet. There are interviews. Exams.
And pages of questions for parents to answer, including: How do
you intend to help this school if we admit your son or
These aren’t college applications. They’re applications for seats at charter schools.