This report by CRPE examines parents’ experiences with public school choice across eight “high-choice” cities: Baltimore, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
For-profit college ITT Technical Institute has proposed opening charter schools in Troy, Mich.; Jacksonville and Tampa, Fla.; and Houston, Texas that offer students the opportunity to obtain an associate's degree.
This article published in The Atlantic profiles Impact Academy of Arts and Technology in Hayward, California, which assesses students based on portfolios they create instead of emphasizing test scores.
The National Association of Charter School Authorizers recently released a new report, On the Road to Better Accountability, recommending how laws can be improved to promote quality and accountability among charter schools across the country.
According to a new report released by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, at least one in five students now attends a public charter school in 43 communities across the country, up from 32 last year.
The report identifies communities with the highest enrollment share and largest number of students attending public charter schools, as well as communities where charter school enrollment growth is the strongest.
This article by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools highlights four public charter schools across the nation that performed similarly to top schools around the world on the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) test.
A new report by Excellent Schools Detroit is advocating for universal enrollment in Detroit, as the number of charters in the city continues to grow. The group argues that this step would also make Detroit a trailblazer in the charter sector, where so far only New Orleans, Denver, Washington, D.C., and Newark have a universal enrollment option.
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