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.
"For the fourth year in a row, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations has proposed a funding cut to the Charter Schools Program, the nation’s only source of dedicated federal funding for the creation of high-quality and in-demand public 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.
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.
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.
Over the last year, families and educators faced so many unanticipated obstacles. Education, as we knew it, was completely disrupted and the significant learning loss caused by the pandemic will have lasting effects for many children.
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.
Sen. Richard Shelby, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, released the text of the FY 2020 Labor HHS appropriations bill, which includes $460 million—a $20 million increase over this year’s funding levels— for the federal Charter Schools Program.
Today, the Administration released its proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 budget, which includes a request for $500 million in funding for the Charter Schools Program (CSP).