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Measuring Up to the Model: A Ranking of State Charter School Laws, 2015

While legislative changes for public charter school funding and accountability in 2014 improved the ranking of several state laws in the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools' sixth annual rankings report, our study shows the need for additional policy improvements across the nation, espec


Washington State Supreme Court Amicus Brief

Several national education organizations filed an amicus brief with the Washington State Supreme Court urging the court to uphold the states voter-approved 2012 charter school law.


Over-Age, Under-Credited Students and Public Charter Schools

Whether they have fallen behind in school or dropped out altogether, over-age and under- credited (OU) students are defined as not having the appropriate number of credits for their ageand intended grade.The freedoms that public charter schools have lend themselves to