A coalition of advocacy groups has sued Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to overturn a constitutional amendment 59 percent of voters approved in November.
To the Patriot-News: Contrary to Adam Scho
Charter schools are thus given a degree of autonomy from the school districts in which they are located, although state boards of education usually retain a degree of oversight that permits t
t is my opinion that the Parent Empowerment and Choice Act would expand educational choice in Missouri.
Today, a record number of school districts—seven–-have at least 30 percent of their public school students enrolled in public charter schools.
To the Hattiesburg American: It's good for Mississippi kids that lawmakers are gearing up
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As voters in Georgia and Washington stamped “approved” on independent charter schools, the state with the highest number of the publicly funded, privately run schools in the United States reached a
Chicago and Washington DC officials are attempting to prepare parents and teachers for school closings.
New Hampshire’s board of education said it will not approve new charter schools until the legislature sends them more money, and the results of November’s elections mean that may be difficult in th