Raywid Archive


(Last updated May 1, 2016)

Decades before the charter school movement was launched in Hawaii, Mary Anne Raywid pushed for alternative education and smaller schools that were more responsive to the individual needs of students. She became an activist for national school reform at Hofstra University on Long Island, N.Y., where she had been a Professor of Administration and Policy Studies and directed Hofstra's Center for the Study of Educational Alternatives during a 30-year tenure that started in 1959. She retired as a professor emeritus, and became an adjunct professor at University of Hawaii at Manoa after moving there in 1996.

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(Archive in progress, more to come...)


~ About Replacing the Comprehensive High School
~ Characteristics of Choice Programs That Work - And Don't
~ Choice and National Standards Conference
~ Responses to the National Governors Association on Public School Choice
~ The Science Skills Center