New Fordham report: Best and worst cities for school reform

A new report from the national Fordham team surveys 30 American cities to find out which have environments that are most conducive for school reform (measured by factors such as access to human capital, a solid funding pipeline, a thriving charter-school market, etc.) The report also grades cities accordingly – no city earned an “A,” while Columbus ranks alongside eight others with a “B.” Learn more about the report on Fordham’s website.