Call it serendipity or a coincidence, but check out this piece published December 6, 2016 by Daniel Quisenberry for the Fordham Institute with a perfect response to the article referenced in my post titled Baited By Another Charter Hit Piece and Discovering Common Ground.

Good stuff.

Therefore, if we assume that the policy solutions applied in Detroit and to Michigan charters have any bearing on DeVos’s future plans for the nation, her priorities would comprise support for performance-based accountability, authorizer accountability, automatic-closure for low performing charters, charter autonomy, and data driven coordination of charter openings and closings.

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