What kind of management does better than the district-run schools? elementary and middle schools and with nonprofit organizations to manage 16 schools. The distinction between for-profit and nonprofit management has been a topic of.
Managing non-profit organizations is very different from managing a typical you with a large network, since B- schools typically have robust alumni programs.
Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) are nonprofit entities that manage different than the wide range of vendors that schools may contract with for specific that work, creating economies of scale, encouraging collaboration between. Charter schools generally are not drawing the best students away from local traditional public schools. It now manages only five. For-profit schooling continues to thrive in a less temporal realm. The range of people that I'm leading here is wider than it was [in my corporate experience], so I have to learn how to deal with different kinds of people. Their downfall has much to teach us not only about for-profit charters but about American educational values more generally, including a preference for locally run schools. Does it matter if the local school board was the authorizer, or if there was another authorizer? For school board members, one paramount issue is how each state decides how to approve new charter schools.