School choice, pro-charter school bills are making their way in red states. One recent success was in the Hoosier State of Indiana, where Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a charter school funding law on May…
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Wall Street Journal praises Iowa Gov. Reynolds over school choice
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, a Republican, has made school choice a centerpiece of her administration and garnered high praise from a leading center-right news outlet. The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board praised the two-term governor…
Education freedom report card finds Florida at the top
Education freedom and parental empowerment in education are resonating themes with parents, and a recently-unveiled report card highlighted how red states are leading the charge on education freedom. The Heritage Foundation published its first-ever Education…
Arizona passes sweeping school choice changes
School choice is a growing trend among red states, and one of the leading pro-school choice states is the Grand Canyon State of Arizona. Its Republican governor, Doug Ducey, signed into law a significant advancement…
Biden’s bureaucrats allegedly stifling charter school applications
The presidency of Joe Biden has been a tumultuous, turmoil and chaos-filled term according to recent polls, but recent allegations that the Department of Education is hampering charter school funding further cements the perception of…
New Education Opportunities in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico has charter schools.
NYC Has Less Students But More Bureaucrats
Because of course the rational answer to a drop in enrollment is a beefing up of administrative personnel.
Charter School Teachers More Diverse
Despite the assertions of opponents of charter schools, teachers in those institutions tend to actually be more diverse than their traditional public school counterparts, data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) show.
Charter Schools Catch On In North Carolina
So naturally, the news gets buried.
NYT Gets Professor To Critique Charter Schools
What could go wrong when the paper of record gets a credentialed scholar to take apart charter schools?