The National Alliance celebrates the Kentucky Legislature’s override of Governor Andy Beshear’s veto of HB 9, a landmark bill that makes major improvements to the state’s charter school law by most notably providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
“The Idaho Legislature adjourned March 31 yielding mixed results for charter schools in one of the nation's fastest growing states,” says Blake Youde, Executive Director of the Idaho Charter School Network.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools’ Statement Regarding Kentucky Governor Beshear’s Ill-Conceived Veto of HB 9
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear unwisely vetoed HB 9, a landmark bill that would have made major improvements to the state’s charter school law, most notably by providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
President Biden’s Budget Shows Support and Increased Funding for Title I, IDEA and HBCUs; Flat Funding for the Charter Schools Program
Passed with unanimous and bipartisan support from both the House and Senate chambers, a bill (HB 43) to improve charter school facilities funding was signed into law this week by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Releases Thirteenth Edition of Charter School Law Rankings Report
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released the thirteenth edition of an annual report that measures state charter school laws against the National Alliance’s model charter school law.