For the second time in two years, Washington state's charter school law goes before the state's supreme court, and a ruling on the case could come at a politically precarious time for charter school advocates.


States vary in their approaches toward teacher certification, regulatory flexibility, and other issues.


New Mexico Connections received two years of F grades on the state's accountability system and failed to live up its potential, the state's chief school official says.


Inspired by walkouts in West Virginia and Oklahoma, teachers in California's largest online charter school were preparing to strike if their new union could not reach an agreement with their school's management.


Among the alumni of the country's largest charter school network, those who are now attending HBCUs report significantly higher feelings of belonging than their peers in other colleges. They are also more likely to seek out academic supports at their colleges.


Students at a for-profit charter school network in Betsy DeVos' home state of Michigan are out-performing their public school peers in math, according to a new study.


An Arizona Supreme Court ruling has paved the way for a voter referendum on the state's ambitious plan to expand eligibility for a private school choice program to all public school students.


That was one among a myriad of findings from an analysis by the Urban Institute of student travel patterns across cities that offer a lot of school choice.


Charter advocates have been fighting back similar legal challenges in other states.


But whatever trends in charter school unionization we're seeing now could be completely scrambled by the U.S. Supreme Court's forthcoming decisions in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees


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