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March 18, 2015
On Tuesday night the Dugger Union community gathers for another meeting regarding getting their own charter. Right now, they’re currently a branch of Indiana Cyber Charter School. Read more »
March 17, 2015
Gov. Larry Hogan is stirring up the public education troth in the state of Maryland, and well he should. Read more »
March 17, 2015
Around the country, few states approved new policies giving charter schools greater autonomy or helping them grow, according to a new report. Read more »
March 17, 2015
Arizona ranked fifth in the nation on a national list comparing state charter school policies. Read more »
March 17, 2015
A national group that promotes tax-funded, privately operated charter schools gives Ohio low marks for its state laws and policies allowing the growth of the alternative public schools. Read more »
March 16, 2015
There has been another study about Millennials, and no, the results are not inspiring. A new report from the Educational Testing Service, makers of the GRE, found that young people in the United States, despite being the most well-educated generation in American history, fall far behind most of their international peers in reading, math and tech know-how. Read more »
March 16, 2015
Teachers at the largest charter school organization in Los Angeles have launched a drive to unionize, a move that could alter the path of school reform in the city. Read more »
March 9, 2015
After a bruising defeat in the 1994 gubernatorial race, Jeb Bush approached a well-known civil rights leader in Miami with an ambitious plan. Read more »
March 4, 2015
Alabama is considering legislation that could change children's lives. Implementing a charter school law would allow innovative schools to open that could meet children's unique learning needs, setting them on a trajectory for success. Read more »
March 4, 2015
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is out to destroy charter schools, and his budget provides evidence, school choice advocates say. Read more »