Charter Schools, Academy Schools, and Related-Party Transactions: Same Scams, Different Countries
Charter schools, private companies, for-profit affiliates, monitoring systems
In the course of the last quarter century, governmental entities in both the United States and England have sought to encourage educational innovation by creating publicly funded schools that are independent from many of the rules that apply to locally controlled schools. These schools are called charter schools in the United States and academy schools (academies) in England. Private companies run a high percentage of these charter schools and academies. In the United States, these companies are commonly referred to as educational management organizations (EMOs). In England, these organizations are called academy trusts (ATs).
Preston C. Green III & Chelsea E. Connery,
Charter Schools, Academy Schools, and Related-Party Transactions: Same Scams, Different Countries,
72 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol72/iss2/5
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