Two-Thirds of Public School Parents Believe New Orleans Schools are Better Than Before
Great news from New Orleans as well:
Two-Thirds of Public School Parents Believe
A new study, released as part of the "Spotlight on Choice" project by the Scott S. Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives at Tulane University, finds that two-thirds of New Orleans parents agree that the city's school system is better than the school system that existed before Hurricane Katrina. This is a dramatic improvement over the 31% who
This new data – coupled with continued gains in student achievement – provides a fuller picture of how families experience New Orleans' predominantly charter school system.
The lessons are clear: our schools are improving and school choice is fundamental.
Of course, much work remains, but the data gives reason for continued optimism.
To read more about the Scott S. Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives' third annual public opinion poll,click