Can Philanthropy Fix Our Schools? Appraising Walter Annenberg's $500 Million Gift to Public Education
By Carol Innerst , Alexander Russo , Raymond Domanico / April 1, 2000
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According to this new study, Ambassador Annenberg's gift has left only small footprints on the urban school systems it set out to reform. Good intentions and a generous checkbook were not enough to transform troubled urban schools. This report includes case studies of New York (by Raymond Domanico), Chicago (by Alexander Russo) and Philadelphia (by Carol Innerst) and an afterword by Chester E.Finn Jr. and Marci Kanstoroom.