Monday, June 15, 2015

Teachers should welcome ESAs

Thinking about the possibilities in Nevada, Michael Goldstein discusses an idea called "'Starbucks Schools,' where two teachers (most likely longtime friends) could open a mini-school for thirty ESA kids, using a campus of public and semi-public spaces like Starbucks franchises, the YMCA, libraries, and churches. Imagine a thousand such institutions (high schools in particular) serving thirty thousand Nevada kids, with two thousand teachers who've happily escaped the red tape of their former schools, and a few competing firms providing back-end payroll, accounting, and insurance."

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