Tag: charter schools

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Children are our future

America’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unmitigated disaster for children, a huge number of whom dropped out of school. The 74 million published the below graphic on public school enrollment trends by state for the 2021-2022 period: For those squinting at their phones, blue indicates enrollment growth, whereas... READ MORE
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Opinion: Why NAEP scores should be used with skepticism when ranking states’ charter schools
Harvard University’s Paul Peterson and M. Danish Shakeel wrote a...
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Brewer owner’s lawsuit looks to capitalize on Badger State’s new court and attack school choice options
The story: After two court victories in the 1990s, Wisconsin,...
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‘Game Changers’ in K-12 choice
Perun, the rock star of Australian defense economists doing awesome...
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podcastED: National charter school movement leader talks about charter performance and Oklahoma’s approval of a religious charter school
  On this episode, senior writer Lisa Buie talks with...
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After strife and delays, finally ‘fantastic news’ for Florida’s latest charter school turnaround
  With the start of classes just weeks away, Florida’s...
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Rosenwald Schools set the stage for today’s education choice movement
    Rosenwald schools served as a forerunner of the...
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High court’s refusal to consider appeal means charter schools’ status will likely be decided by future test case
Charter schools are still public schools, at least for now....
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Commentary: Do charter schools hold the key to correcting pandemic learning loss?
Editor’s note: This post from Bruno V. Manno, senior adviser to the...
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Survey: Nearly half of parents looking to switch their kids’ schools
Nearly half of all parents are seeking new schools for...
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Fordham Institute: Catch up on religious charter schools debate
Editor’s note: This compilation of commentaries from the Thomas B....
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