We talk about Bhatia’s past with McKinsey and Company, and how that type of work compares with running a charter network — then about the argument that charter schools are nothing more than an effort to de-fund public education. In the middle, we also discuss how you build a school network for the future (i.e. new campuses) while also maintaining a focus on the present (i.e. student achievement).
It’s an interesting talk, and I think you’d enjoy it even if you’re not linked to the world of education.
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