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A student-run advocacy group for educational policies in Vermont is set to continue its fight for school choice through the 2017 legislative session.Read More →
As early voting begins Monday, a shrinking San Antonio school district wants taxpayers to increase its debt and boost taxes.Read More →
After the NAACP voted to support a moratorium on charter schools in America, educators working in charter schools had a variety of reactions.Read More →
While a Democratic administration in Washington, D.C., is sending almost $7 million to boost charter schools in Washington state, one of the largest Democratic Party constituencies in the Evergreen State is doing everything it can to keep charters out. In September, the U.S. Department of Education awarded $6.9 million to support the development and growth of […]Read More →
“Pension costs have grown more in dollar terms and much more in percentage terms than have charter costs,” James Paul, a senior analyst at the Commonwealth Foundation, told Watchdog.org. “What’s more, charters are the result of parents selecting the best option for their children, while pension costs are deferred salaries to current and former teachers.”Read More →