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March 15, 2016

Will Charter Schools Return to Washington? Bill is Going to Governor

Governor Jay Inslee must decide whether to sign a charter school bill after the Washington Supreme Court ruled that the previous law was unconstitutional.

March 09, 2016

Report: California's First Parent-Trigger School Leaves District's Oversight

The San Bernardino County school board will now oversee Desert Trails Preparatory Academy after the Adelanto school district failed to renew the school's charter.

March 07, 2016

Nebraska Parent Group Pushing for Charter Law, Choice in Local Schools

Nebraska is one of eight states without charter school laws, but an Omaha parent group wants to change that.

March 04, 2016

National PTA Legislative Conference: 3 Things Parents Need to Know About ESSA

The National PTA Legislative Conference next week will focus on changes to the main federal K-12 law related to family engagement.

March 03, 2016

Report: Judge Withdraws Order to Release Records of 10 Million California Students

After parents complained about the planned release of private student information, a federal judge backtracked on an order to give all of the data to attorneys in a special-education lawsuit.

March 02, 2016

Are California Parents Getting More Say in Schools' Funding Priorities?

A pair of recent studies look at the state's challenges in reaching out to parents as it rolls out its Local Control Funding Formula.

March 01, 2016

Parents: What You Need to Know When Selecting Charter, Magnet, District Schools

Two school choice consultants give advice to parents about how to choose a school.

February 29, 2016

Family-Engagement Administrator in Nevada Recognized for Leadership

D'Lisa Crain is selected as one of Education Week's Leaders To Learn From for her work in family engagement in Nevada.

February 25, 2016

California Parents Object to Pending Release of Private Student Data

A federal judge recently ordered that 10 million student records, including private information, be released to plaintiffs in a special education lawsuit.

February 25, 2016

Activists Will Discuss Future of Opt-Out Movement at Sold-Out Conference

Activists at United Opt Out's upcoming conference will work on ways to keep momentum going in their push against standardized tests, and to broaden their basket of issues.

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