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September 21, 2016
by Amelia Pak-Harvey Sentinel and Enterprise September 21, 2016 LOWELL — Adding more national attention to the statewide fight over charter schools, a new report from a conservative, New York-based think tank concludes that charter-school enrollment actually increases per-pupil spending for traditional school districts. Question 2 on the Massachusetts ballot, which would allow for up […] Read more »
September 20, 2016
by Sam Alton Daily Titan September 20, 2016 On Aug. 21, John Oliver, host of HBO’s satire news program “Last Week Tonight,” unleashed a biased attack against charter schools in the United States. The attack, which was unfair at best, undermined and glazed over the many successes that charter schools have had in helping the […] Read more »
September 19, 2016
The Columbus Dispatch September 19, 2016 Last month, comedian John Oliver unleashed funny broadside on charter schools in America. He spotlighted the worst of the worst charters, the ones that fail students, escape rigorous oversight and cost taxpayers. The pro-charter Center for Education Reform responded with a video contest, “Hey John Oliver, Back off My […] Read more »
September 16, 2016
by PRWeb Timesunion September 16, 2016 The Center for Education Reform invites all charter schools to submit a video for a chance to win money. Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 15, 2016 September 26th is the deadline for The Center for Education Reform’s (CER) “Hey John Oliver! Back Off My Charter School” Video Contest. The contest […] Read more »
September 15, 2016
by Mark Brodie KJZZ-FM Online September 15, 2016 The Arizona State Board for Charter Schools has approved an intent to revoke the charter of a Mesa school that closed just as school was supposed to start. And recently, charter schools caught the eye of John Oliver, on his HBO show, Last Week Tonight. In response […] Read more »
September 14, 2016
by Paul Perry Inside Philanthropy September 14th, 2016 On August 21, 2016, John Oliver stepped into the heated debate around charter schools. His segment reported on mismanagement and misspending at charter schools in several states. It also called into question the free market approach advocated by some in the charter school community. How? By, among […] Read more »
September 13, 2016
by Alyson Klein Education Week September 13, 2016 GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is pledging that, if elected, he’d be the “nation’s biggest cheerleader for school choice” and would offer states the chance to use $20 billion in federal money to create vouchers allowing children in poverty to attend the public, charter, or private school […] Read more »
September 12, 2016
by Jeanne Allen the 74 September 12, 2016 At this year’s national charter school conference, school choice warrior Howard Fuller argued that we must partner with anyone who is aligned on helping kids. Like him, I am never ambivalent or silent when the truth about education reform is at stake. Well here I am, speaking […] Read more »
September 9, 2016
The Center for Education Reform talks to Wall Street Journal Opinion Journal about Hillary Clinton's comments on charter schools while on the campaign trail, and how backing from national teacher unions has likely swayed her opinion on these alternative public schools. Read more »
September 9, 2016
by Editorial Board Chicago Tribune September 9, 2016 Last month comedian John Oliver unleashed a caustic — and funny — broadside on charter schools in America. He spotlighted the worst of the worst charters, the ones that fail students, escape rigorous oversight and cost taxpayers. If you want to know how any of that is funny, […] Read more »