Nina Rees has released the following statement on the White House's proposed FY 2018 budget, which includes a $158 million increase for charter schools over FY 2017 funding.
Colorado Passes Historic Bill Granting Charter Public School Students Equitable Access to Local Funding Stream
The Colorado General Assembly passed historic legislation, HB1375, which grants charter school students equitable access to local tax dollars raised through mill levy overrides for the first time in any state.
The FY2017 spending bill, approved last night by Congress includes a $9 million increase for the federal Charter Schools Program (CSP).
Charter School Named Top Public High School in America, Public Schools of Choice Comprise 9 of the Top 10 Schools
Today U.S. News & World Report released their annual rankings of the best public high schools in the country.
The National Alliance today issued the following statement regarding Sydney Chaffee, the first charter public school teacher to be named National Teacher of the Year.
La Educacion En Las Escuelas Publicas Charter Comprueba Ser Una Excelente Opcion Para Los Estudiantes Hispanos
Hoy dia, uno de cada tres hispanos en los Estados Unidos est en edad escolar y sus padres deben enfrentar la difcil tarea de dar a sus hijos la mejor educacin posible.
Governor McAuliffe Denies Virginia Students and Families Access to High-Quality Public School Options
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe vetoed HB 2342/SBl 1283, legislation that would create regional charter school divisions that could authorize charter schools in areas of the state with struggling schools.
By enacting HB 520, Kentucky will now allow these tuition-free public schools to open and begin providing students and their families with additional no-cost, high-quality school options.
National Alliance Statement on Supreme Court Decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District
Nina Rees made the following statement applauding the Courts ruling in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District.
Attending a charter public school boosts students chances of graduating college by 50 percent.