School choice reports released this summer have run the gamut of topics, but charter schooling in New Orleans dominated with this August marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.


The superintendent of Louisiana's Recovery School District discusses some of the challenges of running an all-charter school district.


The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that its charter law violates the state's constitution.


Colorado's state Supreme Court ruled that a Denver-area pilot voucher program was unconstitutional. Now district officials are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review that decision.


Indianapolis' best performing charter schools are run locally, instead of by national networks or charter management organizations.


The Home School Legal Defense Association has been a major force in keeping home schooling regulation at a minimum, according to a story by ProPublica.


Obama said "New Orleans is coming back better and stronger." Bush called the city a "beacon for school reform."


The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada says it's filing a lawsuit challenging the state's new school voucher-like program also known as education savings accounts.


Historically, the Milwaukee schools have been reluctant to sell vacant facilities, especially to potential competitors that could siphon off its students - and state funding. But new legislation is forcing the district's hand.


Education Week's special series on New Orleans 10 years after Hurricane Katrina examines how drastically public schools have changed in the city.


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