A letter from the U.S. Department of Justice asserts that schools participating in voucher programs cannot discriminate against students with disabilities.
A new report argues that states with charter school authorizers operating independently of state and local education agencies create the most conducive environment for charters.
Two struggling Michigan districts with enormous deficits have been shut down and reopened under the management of for-profit charter school companies.
The money will go to support the national growth of former D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee's organization.
Here's a round-up of this week's news on school choice legislation and developments around the country.
A review of research on charter school performance research over the past four years found mostly positive results from an analysis of 14 regional and national studies.
A group of about twenty individuals in Michigan are secretly working to create a low-cost, voucher-like school model for K-12 students in the state, a newspaper reports.
A study by a school choice advocacy organization found that such programs improve academic outcomes for students and reduce costs for taxpayers.
Students in charter schools receive about $4,000 less in per-pupil funding than students in regular public schools, an analysis finds.
Michael Feinberg, a co-founder of the KIPP network of charter schools, spoke about closing the achievement gap at the ASU/GSV Education Innovation Summit.