Americans favor smaller class sizes and technology over education reforms such as vouchers and merit pay, says a new survey.


New York City education chancellor selected, North Carolina teachers' attitudes toward vouchers revealed, and implications of Indiana's pre-K vouchers outlined.


A $15 million donation by philanthropists Marilyn and Jim Simons will provide the cornerstone of a $45 million campaign to expand and support the East Harlem Tutorial Program.


The new year could bring changes to the charter school landscape in both New York City and Philadelphia, while controversy surrounds a Chicago charter approval.


We take a look back on the biggest charter school- and school choice-related news stories from 2013.


The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that the education commissioner was justified in denying Quest Academy a charter.


The Walton Family Foundation announced a $6 million investment to double the number of students participating in private school choice.


The program does not properly evaluate the academic performance of participating private schools and has over- and underpaid participating schools, the audit found.


A judge has ruled that most of the charter school law in Washington state is constitutional, striking down one provision of the law, according to the state's attorney general.


A new lawsuit claims that the newly established voucher program in North Carolina violates the state's constitution.


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