A budget deal passed in New York puts an end to the co-location controversy for New York City charters by requiring the city provide rent-free space to new and expanding charters.
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The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the state's education savings accounts program, which allows parents to spend what would have been the majority of their child's per-student funding allotment from the state on schools of their choice.
The Center for Education Reform releases its latest rankings on charter school laws in 42 states and the District of Columbia.
Connections Education LLC, a Pearson company, gets Maine's first virtual charter school contract, causing some concern in the state about Pearson's influence.
The debate over Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to rescind co-location agreements with three charter schools there has spread across the country.
Two private companies and eight charter schools in Utah are under the microscope after a state audit points to a lack of oversight of online education providers.
A panel of charter school experts testified on a multitude of charter school issues, including facilities funding, accountability, and closures.
The KIPP network in New Jersey tapped historic tax credits in order to help purchase and renovate an 1880s school building.
Those cities, along with several other across the United States, are exploring innovative schools as a way to compete with charter schools.
Robert Runcie, the superintendent of Broward County schools in Florida, is one of the leaders profiled in a new Education Week report.
The National Association of Charter School Authorizers estimates that 232,000 students are attending better schools after the closing of 200 low-performing charters and the opening of 490 new ones.