In response to an August 9, 2021, ruling by the 4th U.S.
On August 9, 2021, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals included in a ruling that charter schools should not be considered “state actors,” and are therefore not subject to the Equal Protection Clause.
Robert Reed, Jr., vice president of legal affairs at the National Alliance, has built his career around social justice and legal advocacy in education. He shares his powerful story.
The Charter School Legal Action Fund is designed to defend the charter school movement against legal attacks and advance the rights of our schools and students.
Oral Arguments Held to Determine Fate of Bill Providing More Equitable Funding to Florida Public School Students
The National Alliance's Charter Schools Legal Action Fund will continue to monitor these cases as they develop over the year and others arise.
On Friday the Alabama State Supreme Court sided with public charter schools, clearing the way for the first charter school to open in Montgomery.
The National Alliance filed a public comment in support of a proposed regulation by the National Labor Relations Board because it would provide better protection for CMOs and EMOs.
2018 was a big year for the public charter school sector. Let’s take a look back at the highlights on the state and legal front.
In Major Victory for Public Education, Washington State Supreme Court Rules Charter Schools Constitutional
In a historic ruling for public education in Washington, the state’s Supreme Court today ruled in El Centro de la Raza vs. Washington that public charter schools are constitutional, upholding their place in the public education system and ensuring current and future charter school students will have access to a high-quality public education.