Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, issues the following statement on the Congressional Review Act to overturn the U.S.
“The National Alliance applauds the United States Senate Committee on Appropriations for the proposed FY23 Appropriations Bill which includes $440 million for the Charter Schools Program (CSP).
We need to continue the fight for high-quality public schools for all students and make it clear we won’t stand for less, especially at the federal level where decisions are being made.
“After sparking major bipartisan backlash and outrage from parents and grassroots advocates, the U.S. Department of Education softened its proposed new CSP rules."
National Alliance Issues Statement in Response to U.S. Dept. of Education’s Preview of Finalized Charter Schools Program Rules
Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, released the following statement in response to the U.S.
Nearly 1,000 charter school parents from around the country united in Washington, D.C. to fight for public charter schools.
The National Alliance celebrates the Kentucky Legislature’s override of Governor Andy Beshear’s veto of HB 9, a landmark bill that makes major improvements to the state’s charter school law by most notably providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
“The Idaho Legislature adjourned March 31 yielding mixed results for charter schools in one of the nation's fastest growing states,” says Blake Youde, Executive Director of the Idaho Charter School Network.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools’ Statement Regarding Kentucky Governor Beshear’s Ill-Conceived Veto of HB 9
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear unwisely vetoed HB 9, a landmark bill that would have made major improvements to the state’s charter school law, most notably by providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
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.