Charter schools in New Orleans have enjoyed growing popular support over the years, but at least one group is hoping to quell the praise for reforms.Read More →
Anywhere the wind blows in politics, the money is sure to follow.
As for DISH Network CEO Charles Ergen, a top political financier in the U.S. wireless broadcast game and regulation, it hasn’t just been a one-sided venture.Read More →
By Yaël Ossowski | Watchdog.org
Dish Network founder and CEO Charles Ergen’s political giving reveals support for politicians who lobbied the Federal Communications Commission to reserve spectrum space for small companies — spectrum that Ergen then won in the FCC’s controversial January auction.
In a May 2014 letter to FCC chairman Tom Wheeler obtained by Watchdog.org, six senators, all Democrats, […]
At the recent Education Writers Association national seminar in Chicago, a small breakout session asked the following question: Is school choice a tool for opportunity and equity, or further segregation?Read More →
The charter school community in North Carolina is rising up against a study put together by Duke University scholars that argues charter school segregation is giving white students an advantage over black students.Read More →
There’s a puzzling charge being lobbed at charter schools in North Carolina by academic researchers: they’re reintroducing segregation.Read More →