New Orleans public schools are now almost completely charter run, offering an example of what “universal school choice” looks like when applied to a large, poor school district. NPR’s Anya Kamenetz and photographer Edmund D. Fountain take a look inside that system, talking with with New Orleans parents, teachers and administrators about what works and what doesn’t.

  • Peter Cook

    A couple interesting things to note about this report:

  • Peter Cook

    The other thing is schools are not run by “companies” they’re run by non-profit boards.

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