The annual NAIS conference tackled new issues surrounding blended learning and perennial issues like recruiting students.
Ethnic and gender diversity has been the topic of several sessions at the National Association of Independent Schools' annual conference taking place in Boston this week.
This year's conference is being billed as having a focus on innovation and blended learning, but many other topics are on tap.
Two new reports detail the exponential growth of the state's school voucher program.
The Anaheim City School Board says parent-trigger advocates must collect more signatures to transform a low-performing elementary school into a charter.
Stories on the growing number of minority students in home school and private schools are featured in this week's news roundup.
The final grades administered by Education Trust-Midwest were based on the student academic achievement and growth in the schools authorizers oversee.
The city became the latest battleground over charter school expansion when it accepted 40 applications to open new schools for the first time in seven years.
The Minnesota Star Tribune review found that similar to traditional district schools, the highest performing charters generally served wealthier families.
This week on the Charters & Choice news roundup: A problem very unique to Hawaii, lava flow, has exposed a well-known issue in the charter sector.