Senior Vice President of Advocacy Amy Wilkins released a statement on 2020 Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders' use of the anniversary of the Brown v. Board decision to make a political announcement.
National Alliance President and CEO Nina Rees responds to the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies' Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 spending bill.
Late last month, Tennessee’s House and Senate passed HB 940 and SB 796, respectively, which have been signed into law by Governor Lee. These bills establish a nine-member independent Tennessee Public Charter School Commission with authorizing authority.
Today, U.S. News & World Report’s new annual rankings of the best public high schools in the country recognize public charter schools are among the top-performing high schools for students. Within the top ten high schools, three are charter schools.
National Alliance Statement on The Century Foundation’s Report, "Scoring States on Charter School Integration"
The Century Foundation's report, "Scoring States on Charter School Integration" misunderstands and misrepresents both issues of integration and segregation, and the role of charter schools in them.
National Alliance and Missouri Charter Public School Association Statement on Eastern District of Missouri Ruling
Yesterday, Judge Autrey of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri issued a positive ruling in favor of the state and charter school parents.
National Alliance Statement on House Appropriations Subcommittee Hearing on the Department of Education's FY2020 Budget Request
Today, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos testified before the House Appropriations subcommittee on the Education Department’s budget request for fiscal year 2020.
Today, the Administration released its proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 budget, which includes a request for $500 million in funding for the Charter Schools Program (CSP).
On Friday the Alabama State Supreme Court sided with public charter schools, clearing the way for the first charter school to open in Montgomery.
Today the West Virginia House of Delegates passed a measure that effectively killed Senate Education Bill 451 by tabling it indefinitely. The landmark bill would have allowed the creation of public charter schools in West Virginia, among other provisions.