The first annual Washington State Charter Schools Association Conference wrapped up with conversations about collaboration and governance.

Educators have gathered in Seattle to discuss how to create high-quality charter schools in Washington state, which approved such schools for the first time in 2012.

An examination of charter schools in 15 charter markets has exposed nearly $100 million in losses due to fraud, waste, and abuse, according to a new advocacy group report.

The number of students waiting to get into charter schools continues to grow, an advocacy group says, but a research group begs to differ.

Florida lawmakers have approved expanded eligibility for the state's tax-credit scholarship program, while Arizona's superintendent unveiled a plan regarding aid to certain private-school students.

A new report says that charters are inequitably funded when compared to their traditional public school counterparts. One researcher argues, though, that the story may be more complicated.

A report from the Friedman Foundation takes a look at what happened when Roman Catholic schools in Washington, Miami, and Indianapolis converted to public charter schools.

School reform efforts, especially blended-learning charters like Rocketship Education, could negatively impact students in Wisconsin, a new paper argues.

The New American Foundation gathered a panel of experts to discuss building community in an era of school choice.

Teachers at the largest cyber charter school in Pa. have voted to unionize in an effort to negotiate higher wages.


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