St. HOPE is faced with a decision about whether or not to extend from Sacramento to New York City. While charter schools are the largest area of ​​activity, Founder Kevin Johnson believes that all other activities St. HOPE – economic development, civic leadership development and the arts – urban interdependent with the transformation of education are. Raises questions of growth, including the challenges of replicating a model mi specially designed for a community to another neighborhood … 3000 Read more »

St. HOPE is faced with a decision about whether or not to extend from Sacramento to New York City. While charter schools are the largest area of ​​activity, Founder Kevin Johnson believes that all other activities St. HOPE – economic development, civic leadership development and the arts – urban interdependent with the transformation of education are. Raises questions of growth, including the challenges of replicating a model specifically for a community to develop another neighborhood 3,000 miles away.
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Stacey Childress,
Alison Berkley Wagon field
Source: Harvard Business School
29 pages.
Release Date: 09 February, 2007. Prod #: 307080-PDF-ENG
St. HOPE Academy: The expansion decision HBR case solution

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