Monday, October 21, 2002

Charter School for Cops' Kids

Another example of a workplace charter school. I have written several studies of charter schools centered around the workplace.

It's something that apparently has never been done before: a charter school for children of police officers, one that could meet the needs of parents with erratic schedules and students with special fears.

Developing such a school is one way New Orleans could improve its police department's morale, recruitment and retention rate, according to a blue-ribbon committee studying the problems. Now supporters of the idea say it's time to move forward with it.

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