Tuesday, May 13, 2003

High Achievers want Choices Too

I've always thought that the current standards-based focus of school reform must be frustrating for kids that already meet those standards. Granada Hills High School wants to become a charter school and be freed from LAUSD's constraints. Problem is, the high school does not have the usual sympathy argument of failing students. The school just wants to be free to serve its high-achieving students better.

[Update] LAUSD voted to approve the Granada Hills Charter]

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