Increasingly when we talk about education, the debate can quickly resemble something of a battlefield: advocates for public districts versus those who want more charters, doubling down in their respective camps.
But some education advocates say there's a "third way" in education, one that incorporates the best ideas and practices from charter schools and district schools in an attempt to make all schools better. Can a "third way" work?
- "Education advocates, many calling the divide between charter and district schools a 'civil war,' met in Boston last week to present their proposed peace treaty: a so-called Third Way."
This segment aired on June 6, 2016.