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Candidate Education Meter Brochure (2004)

Questions for Candidates to measure their commitment to education reform.

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Charter Schools Information for Maryland (2004)

Charter schools are a new option in Maryland, and Baltimore City will start reviewing applications this year. Information sheet explains what a charter school is, the benefits of charter schools, how a charter school gets started, and how interested individuals can find out more.

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Great Schools Are Made, Not Born (2009)

Families across the nation are choosing to send their children to schools other than the one assigned to them based on their zip code. This brochure explains what a charter school is, and how charter schools are accountable, innovative, and standards-driven, and answers the question “Do charter schools work?”.

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Is your child failing school, or is school failing your child? (2004)

An advertisement prepared by the Parents Network for Better Education, a group of individuals organized to help all parents know and exercise their rights and to help make sure that all children have the kind of schools—and receive the kind of education—that they all deserve.

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Las Grandes Escuelas No Nacen, Se Hacen (2004)

A spanish version of CER’s charter school brochure “Great Schools Are Made, Not Born”

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The Truth About New Jersey’s Charter School Law (1998)

A brochure that explains problems with New Jersey’s charter school law and calls on individuals to rally for passage of a bill that would truly meet the needs of communities and ensure an excellent education for all public school students in the Garden State.

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Unity Charter School Brochure

A Morristown, New Jersey public school of choice that faced a legal battle with the Morris School District in 1998.

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Washington Charter Schools 2000

Yes! on I-729, an initiative to allow public charter schools in Washington State.

Wyoming: Creating Great Schools (2008)

“Giving Parents a Voice and Children a Choice”.  The most successful and commonly adopted form of school choice is public charter schools, and Wyoming parents believe charter schools can be better and, at the very least, expand the number of options that students have to obtain a quality education.

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Your Children Deserve A Great Education Flyer (2004)

A flyer prepared by the Parents Network for Better Education, a group of individuals organized to help all parents know and exercise their rights and to help make sure that all children have the kind of schools—and receive the kind of education—that they all deserve.