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Posted: May 15, 2013

Two attorneys with the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) discussed the rights of students with disabilities at charter schools in a May 9, 2013, webinar hosted by the National Charter School Resource Center.

Posted: April 25, 2013

The 2013 U.S. News & World Report ranking of public high schools across the country puts five charter schools in the top 20.

Posted: April 25, 2013

Idaho changed state law in April 2013 to provide dedicated funding for charter school facilities, initiate authorizer fees and require performance contracts.

Under the new law (H206), the state department of education will distribute facilities funding to charter schools based on a percentage of the statewide average for “bond and plant facility funds levied per student by Idaho school districts.”

Posted: April 22, 2013

Seven charter schools won 2013 Green Ribbon Schools awards, the U.S. Department of Education announced April 22, 2013:

Posted: April 18, 2013

The National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) on April 18, 2013, released its fifth annual review of practices and policies of the organizations that approve and monitor charter schools, reporting that school closure rates increased from 2011 to 2012.

Posted: April 18, 2013

Mississippi has a new charter school law that establishes a single statewide Charter School Authorizer Board to approve up to 15 charter schools annually.

The state’s governor announced April 17, 2013, the signing of the measure as part of a package of education actions.

Posted: April 17, 2013

The National Charter School Resource Center will host a series of four interactive webinars  designed to provide information critical to the complex task of designing, financing and implementing charter school facilities projects.

The Charter School Facilities Institute Series will start May 29, 2013, with Great School Spaces, which will include examples of innovative charter school facilities.

Posted: April 5, 2013

Peer reviewers are being sought by the U.S. Department of Education’s Charter Schools Program (CSP) to read and evaluate applications for the program’s discretionary grants.

Posted: March 5, 2013

A New York City group that developed from an education initiative of Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed opening four charter high schools that would collaborate with four new district high schools to serve high-need sections of the city.

The New York State Department of Education accepted letters of intent to apply for charters from ReSolve Charter Schools and invited full applications to open the schools for 2014-2015.

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