The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools responds to the latest omnibus appropriations bill, which includes a 17 percent funding increase ($58 million) for the Charter Schools Program (CSP) for fiscal year 2018.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools President and CEO Nina Rees released a statement of support on the passage of an education reform bill in Puerto Rico.
Mississippi Hinds County Chancery Court ruled in favor of students' right to receive state and local funds to support their education in public charter schools.
The National Alliance welcomes the news that the Administration has included an increase for the Charter Schools Program (CSP) as part of its updated FY‘18 budget request.
President Trump's FY2019 budget proposal is a step in the right direction, but we urge Congress to prioritize new financing tools tailored to the needs of charter schools.
Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rosselló and Education Secretary Julia Keleher proposed legislation to introduce “Alliance Schools."
The National Alliance responds to the State of the Union address.
Nina Rees released the following statement on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The bottom line is that parents choose charter schools because they work.
The National Alliance is deeply concerned with the passage of H.R. 1. This bill jeopardizes the ability of charter schools to access the needed resources to secure a facility.