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CharterFolk Short – What Happens When Cursive Becomes Discursive

Good morning, CharterFolk. I’m sure by now many of you have heard about the big education news in California. Policy makers have mandated the teaching of cursive to all public school students from grades 1-6. Call it the “one scrawl fits all” law. The urgent need to improve penmanship in the Golden State was underscored

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The 2023 CharterFolk Year in Review – Remembering Linda Brown

Good day, CharterFolk. It’s hard to believe I’m writing the fourth Year in Review post here at CharterFolk. Prior year reviews can be found here. 2020 | 2021 | 2022 But before we get to this year’s review, I would be remiss if I didn’t first do the following: Remembering Linda Brown We publish our

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WonkyFolk Vol 13 – The American Dream Lives at WonkyFolk

Greetings, CharterFolk! This week, Andy and I are talking with Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, regarding charter schools and the American Dream. Here is a link to the podcast. And for those of you who would prefer a video recording, we provide a link to YouTube as

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