Posted: April 15, 2015
HOLLAND, MI - Black River Public School has raised $4.2 million to begin constructing an elementary building, add a science lab, auxiliary gym and make technology updates.
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Posted: April 8, 2015

The Investing in Innovation (i3) program published the Notice Inviting Applications (NIA) for the 2015 Development competition on March 30, 2015.  NIAs for the Validation and Scale-up competitions will be published later this spring.  In its sixth round of competition, the i3 program continues its aim to develop and expand practices that accelerate student achievement and prepare every student to succeed in college and their careers.  

Posted: April 8, 2015

The federal government would no longer label schools successful or failing based on student test scores under bipartisan legislation introduced Tuesday by two key senators.

Posted: March 31, 2015

Since its 2010 launch, Charter Board Partners has recruited, trained, and placed 100 people like these onto D.C. charter-school boards. At the end of this boot camp, another 67 candidates were ready to join boards that ask for them.

Posted: February 13, 2015

Nationwide, 81 percent of students graduated on time in the 2012-13 school year. Read full story here.

Posted: February 6, 2015

The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department have issued a notice saying they anticipate issuing proposed regulations that would permit a state or local retirement system that is a governmental plan to cover public charter school employees if certain requirements are satisfied.

Posted: January 9, 2015

An upcoming advocacy day will focus on the charter lobby's top legislative priorities: eliminating the charter cap, extending equal facilities funding to all charters, and securing operating funding for charters.

The entire article can be read here.

Posted: January 11, 2015

San Francisco's rising number of charter schools are seeking good spaces for their campuses.

Posted: July 13, 2013

More than half of charter schools are located in facilities that will be too small to allow for their current rate of growth in five years, according to results from a survey by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.

The entire study can be accessed here.

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