NAPCS in the News
- “Education Ballot Initiative Results Show Mixed Returns On School Reform,” Nina Rees (President and CEO) quoted in the Huffington Post, Nov. 7
- “NAPCS President & CEO Nina Rees on the 2012 Election,” Nina Rees statement printed in the Sacramento Bee, Nov. 7
- “Sick of the Presidential Race? Here Are 2 Education Ballot Measures to Watch,” Nina Rees (President and CEO) quoted in The Atlantic, Nov. 5
- “NAPCS CEO Interviews Khan Academy Founder,” Nina Rees (President and CEO) interview on C-SPAN2, Nov. 5
News to Know
- “D.C. Charters’ Graduation Rate Continues to Be Well Above District’s” Washington Post, Nov. 9
- “Results Still Unclear For Washington State Charter Initiative,” Seattle Times, Nov. 8
- “Georgia Voters Approve Charter School Amendment,” Marietta Daily Journal and Anderson Independent Mail, Nov. 7
- “All Eyes on Georgia, Washington as Voters Consider Charter School Initiatives,” CNN, Nov. 6
- “Charters Called ‘Pioneers’ in Reform,” Albuquerque Journal, Nov. 5
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