Charters & Choice
The schools could become the third and fourth to be removed from the innovation network since its creation.
The list of demands from the union are the latest in an outpouring of public comments, questions, and concerns about the district’s proposed overhaul.
Network leader leaves the door open for future proposals
Una querella federal dice que la ley de opción de escuelas (school choice) de Colorado da demasiada oportunidad para rechazar a estudiantes discapacitados.
Written feedback runs counter to public comments delivered in person
The 5280 Freedom School plans to open next fall with kindergarten and first grade, and add grades each year up to fifth grade.
Plaintiffs challenge speedy rollout, among other things
State panel will vote on whether to overrule local school boards
Democrats want to strengthen transparency rules
A similar model has already landed another Indiana virtual school in hot water with legislators.
The charter-friendly organizations that have been heavily involved in past IPS races have both endorsed Hope Hampton over Kristen Elizabeth Phair.
Purdue Polytechnic and Believe Schools say their new schools would focus on students of color.
Ignite, which has rebranded as the Genius School, is on probationary status and could still face closure.
In an interview with Chalkbeat, Antonio Burt reflects on his tenure so far and his vision for this year and beyond
After being turned down by the Denver school board, the 5280 Freedom School appealed to the State Board of Education and won.
College president’s mockery of teacher training won’t necessarily dash hopes to bring charters to the state
Student enrollment has big implications for public schools, and declines can lead to less funding and school closures or mergers.
Supporters of the new rules say they will limit the influence of for-profit charter school management companies.
Local governments in Nashville and Memphis failed to show that an injunction was warranted, the judges ruled
Here’s where incumbent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Republican challenger Tudor Dixon stand on key education issues.
The merger of Rocky Mountain Prep and STRIVE Prep will create one system serving more than 5,000 students from preschool through 12th grade.
Cities have seen a sharp decline in younger children since the pandemic hit.
Some families are scrambling to pay unexpected costs, and worry about where their children will go to school next year, after the state closed University Heights Charter School.
Lee meets with private school leaders, while his education chief acknowledges the timeline is ‘challenging’
The legal move comes as the state prepares to officially relaunch the program
Lee says comments were taken out of context, but teacher groups say governor should have repudiated insults
The state is proposing to fund two applicants’ plans to pay for transportation to some Adams students.
Officials plan renovations and an addition to better accommodate special education and music programs
Las escuelas católicas perdieron durante la pandemia el mismo porcentaje de matrícula que las escuelas públicas
Pero al entrar al año 2021-22, las escuelas católicas vieron su primer aumento en dos décadas.
Amid budget and enrollment challenges, Indianapolis Public Schools officials have a five-point plan for major changes.
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