Charter school teacher retention rates and graduates' persistence problems are two issues discussed in this weeks Charters & Choice news roundup.
Even though Arizona charter schools get less funding than regular district schools, the formula is constitutional.
More states are following the example of Louisiana, Tennessee, and Michigan in setting up their own 'achievement' or 'recovery' school districts. The Fordham Institute examines the trend.
School vouchers v. educations savings accounts v. tax-credit scholarships. What are the differences among these private school choice programs and why does it matter? A Charters & Choice explainer.
Nevada passed an unprecedented school voucher-like law, while an investigation found Ohio charter schools misspend taxpayer money more than any other public sector.
Under Nevada's new law, 93 percent of students in the state will be eligible for the program.
Parents of students attending a struggling Los Angeles Elementary School accept a comprehensive school reform plan from the Los Angeles Unified School District.
If signed into law by the governor, parents will be able to use the per-pupil funding earmarked for their child toward tuition or other expenses at nonpublic schools.
A school district in Florida wants to stop a charter school from opening because it's not innovative enough. That and more stories around innovation in school choice are on tap for this week's news roundup.
A group of parents from upstate New York say that the state's school funding formula is unconstitutional because it doesn't provide any money for charter school buildings.