The state's budget sets aside $2.5 million to help private schools meet state mandates.
The Mississippi lawsuit echoes another one successfully argued in Washington State, when its supreme court struck essentially down the state's charter law last September.
The 15,000-student Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow warned it may be forced to close if its funding is adjusted to reflect actual student login times.
K12 Inc. reached a settlement agreement with California's state attorney general, who alleged the company misled parents about the academic record of charter schools it manages.
The study found that school vouchers in Ohio were not particularly beneficial for the students who used them, but were modestly beneficial for the voucher-eligible students who opted not to use them.
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The Tennessee operation's announcement to strike out on its own comes months after BAEO announced plans to revamp the organization.
The Walton Foundation has identified access to facilities as one of the biggest barriers to expanding charter schools nationally.
Charter schools should rework discipline policies and cut back on suspensions, U.S. Education Secretary John B. King Jr. will say at the National Charter School Conference in Nashville Tuesday.
Barr founded Green Dot Public Schools, which now runs over 20 charter schools in three states.