Taishya Adams, Director of State Services, tells us her favorites of the day:
Anna Nicotera, Director of Research and Evaluation, tells us her favorites of the day:
Nora Kern, Senior Manager for Research and Analysis, tells us her favorites of the day
There is an argument propagated by charter school critics that public charter schools systematically push out low-performing students.
The score yesterday was 110-62, but nobody won! No, not a ball game, but the single most important piece of legislation (HR1162) in Georgia to continue the growth of high quality charter schools here.
Tennessee is positioned to see a large expansion in the number of charter schools over the next several years.
The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a Proposed Regulation titled “Determination of Government Plan Status.” This regulation would force states to prohibit charter school teachers from participating in state retirement plans.
Across the nation, more than 5,600 high-quality public charter schools are providing 2 million students with revolutionary educational opportunities.
This week, we released the third edition of Measuring Up to the Model: A Ranking of State Charter School Laws. Notwithstanding the positive response the report has received, there were two criticisms of it worth addressing.