Jeffrey Henig

Professor of Political Science and Education, Columbia University

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Professor of Political Science and Education at Columbia University and author of Spin Cycle: How Research Is Used in Policy Debates: The Case of Charter Schools

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Charter schools are being touted as the free-market alternative for parents whose kids are stuck in failing institutions, especially in inner cities.

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Charter schools are being touted as the free-market alternative for parents whose kids are stuck in failing institutions, especially in inner cities.

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