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Just because a school is a charter doesn’t mean it’s a good school. And charter schools?don’t have public governance, they have private governance. Since charters by definition aren’t good or bad―they’re only as good as their teachers and leaders―why not try to make the district more efficient so that you can have publicly governed schools and a publicly governed system responding to the needs of Newark kids and the concerns of the community? Then make sure those schools have the resources and have good staff and leaders. Everybody has to be involved in making that happen: the district, the union, the reformers, the anti-refomers. It needs to be a real enterprise. This is basically the challenge confronting every urban district: how do you get the resources to the classroom so that teachers in urban schools can reach the kids in ways that are really going to help them be ready to learn? I think we have to recognize how kids in our cities are living. In Newark for a lot of kids it’s as if they live in a war zone.
In a book filled with astonishing statements, I’m going to go ahead and pronounce that the single most astonishing utterance was uttered by Chris Cerf, née New Jersey Department of Education, née Amplify, now installed as the state-appointed superintendent of what’s left of the Newark Public Schools. (It’s on page 211 for readers who are following along at home.) For everyone else, I’m helpfully displaying Cerf’s quote here:

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