The Kentucky General Assembly passed HB 9, a bill that makes major improvements to the state’s charter school law, most notably by providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
Nina Rees responds to a USA Today article covering an old and unfounded story about charter schools.
President Biden’s Budget Shows Support and Increased Funding for Title I, IDEA and HBCUs; Flat Funding for the Charter Schools Program
Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, released this statement regarding President Biden’s fiscal year 2023 Budget.
Two months into the 2022 state legislative sessions, we are seeing a significant amount of activity on charter school legislation.
Statement from Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, on the House passage of the fiscal year 2022 Omnibus Appropriations Bill.
This new study combines charter school and district school enrollment data with student reading and math achievement at the metropolitan level.
Once again, we see that the charter school model offers school leaders and teachers the ability to pivot quickly when challenges arise, so it’s no surprise that families are looking to charter schools at record-high rates.
Passed with unanimous and bipartisan support from both the House and Senate chambers, a bill (HB 43) to improve charter school facilities funding was signed into law this week by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.
In more than 75 meetings with congressional lawmakers, 41 public charter school leaders of color delivered a message of equity, innovation, and hope in public education.
This week, charter schools across the country are #PublicSchoolProud and celebrating National Public Schools Week, February 21-25, 2022, along with thousands of other public schools.