President & CEO Nina Rees released a statement on a University of Arkansas report, Charter School Funding: (More) Inequity in the City, which finds that public charter schools in 14 cities received, on average, 27 percent less total revenue than traditional public schools.
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Education Next (EdNext) released the 2018 EdNext Poll, finding an upswing in support for charter schools, with support climbing by five percentage points to 44 percent.
This report looks at trends in unionized charter schools across the country.
Charter schools are finding innovative solutions to state teacher pension plan concerns that could be applied to the broader teacher labor market.
The Center for Reinventing Public Education’s (CRPE) new report underscores the need for increased district-charter collaboration.
Annual Enrollment Share Report Finds Charter School Enrollment Has Tripled Since Report First Issued
Since our annual enrollment report's first release in 2006, national charter school enrollment has tripled.
Over the past 12 years, public charter school enrollment has tripled in response to the growing demands for high-quality public school options.
The National Alliance's Susan Pendergrass released the following statement in response to CRPE study on declining enrollment in traditional public schools.
Nina Rees released the following statement in response to a CREDO report on school closures across public district and public charter schools.
In just the last decade, charter school enrollment has nearly tripled from 1.2 million students in 2006-07 to 3.1 million this year.