WASHINGTON, D.C. Today, President Obama unveiled his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2017, which includes $350 million for the Charter Schools Program a 5 percent increase over the $333 million included in the FY2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act.
Enrollment in charter schools has grown by 250,000 students in the 2015-16 school year.
Poll: Virginian Voters Overwhelmingly Want More Charter Public Schools in State, Will Support a Constitutional Amendment
A new poll shows that support for more charter schools is high among Virginia voters.
Improvements to charter public school laws in several states shook up the rankings in the National Alliance's seventh annual report examining the quality of state charter school laws.
Nina Rees congratulated and thanked the House and Senate for passing an omnibus appropriations bill for 2016 that substantially increases funding for the federal Charter Schools Program.
As the U.S. Senate passed the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, charter school advocates are one step closer to a big victory in achieving their slate of priorities.
Today, 14 communities meet that threshold, demonstrating high demand for charter schools, according to the 10th annual student enrollment share report released today.
A new publication will serve as a tool for charter school leaders, advocates, and policy makers to better understand the funding mechanisms for special education services.