A three page preview of the upcoming issue of Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man#1 features the young hero who wants to enroll in a public charter school.
Ten Ohio public charter schools are in the process of completely severing ties with a private charter management company that has been under intense scrutiny for mismanaging the schools’ funds.
Anyone who is serious about improving the quality of public education should support the incredible contributions of public charter schools, which are proving in community after community that all kids can learn and achieve.
This week, the New York State Education Department released the 2010-2011 school year Mathematics and English Language Arts test results for third through eighth graders.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS) understands supporting the growing number of high-quality charter schools takes a huge commitment. It means finding and developing a great number of talented leaders.
Another Big Thing Out Of Texas: Public Charter Schools Are Now Entitled to the Permanent School Fund (PSF) Guarantee!
On July 19, Governor Rick Perry signed into law Senate Bill 1, giving financially-sound public charter schools access to the state’s Permanent School Fund (PSF) bond guarantee.
A recently released analysis, Unlocking the Secrets of High-Performing Charters, states that while there is no “secret sauce” that explains the success demonstrated by the 18 “no excuses” charter management organizations (CMOs) in the New Schools Venture Fund portfolio, there are common
Are you sick of policy rankings that bury their comparisons in endless text? Well this interactive map from the Institute for a Competitive Workforce (ICW) is about as straightforward as they come.
“A Decade of Results: Charter School Loan and Operating Performance,” Lending to Charter Schools Pays Off
A Decade of Results: Charter School Loan and Operating Performance is an industry-wide study of 430 charter school loans, both outstanding and paid off,
Have you heard talk in recent months about how the push for Common Core adoption might result in assessment or curricular requirements that will stifle charter school autonomy over academic decisions? Are you wondering if these concerns are valid and how they might be addressed?