As we emerge from a challenging year for schools and students, it's particularly disappointing to see the new education funding bill take aim at charter schools.
While the House Labor-HHS Appropriations Bill includes a necessary boost in education funding for nearly every facet of public education, it shaves $40 million from Fiscal Year 2021 funding level and from the President’s $440 million request for the federal Charter Schools Program.
This week, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Appropriations Committee will consider legislation that includes funding for the federal Charter Schools Program (CSP).
Our 2021 annual report includes the same explanation and history of the Charter Schools Program as the inaugural 2020 edition, with updated information about current grantees.
As we emerge from a pandemic that has left millions of students struggling, President Biden's first presidential budget reveals a commitment to educational equity.
President Joe Biden released his proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 blueprint budget, signifying a bold commitment to America’s students and schools in 2022 and beyond.
State charter support organizations can support their state's charter school sector by engaging with the federal Charter Schools Program.
The National Alliance summarizes budget priorities and policy recommendation for a new administration to strengthen all public schools.
We thank Congress for producing a relief package to bring desperately needed aid to Americans and we are pleased to see funding for the Charter Schools Program was sustained.
Bellwether Clears the Air on the CSP: A Brief look at Key Findings on Accountability, Innovation, and Data
The National Alliance's education policy expert Christy Wolfe outlines key findings and recommendations from a new analysis of the Charter Schools Program from Bellwether Education Partners.