We are back from last week’s Thanksgiving break and covering news stories from 11/19/21 – 12/3/21.
Supporting “our entire family of schools”
. While the amount per student is less than a third of what traditional district schools receive from the same source, charter operators in Indy are welcoming both the infusion of funding and the collaborative relationship the vote represents.
A new choice for northeast Ohio students
New Story School isand operation of the school, which will open its doors in the Cleveland suburb of Independence in January.
New charter high school in the planning stages in Columbus
If all goes well,. There are some potential zoning hurdles standing in the way of their proposed location for now, but at least one influential member of the Northland Community Council is vocally supportive.
The right to a good school?
Wall Street Journal columnist Andy Kessler last week covered a. It is likely an uphill battle, and success is anything but a foregone conclusion, but the issues under debate are essential.
Earlier this week,. While many details are still to be announced—including which other cities will benefit besides founder Michael Bloomberg’s home of New York City—the goal is to add 150,000 new seats for students. Grants will be awarded to new and existing nonprofit, non-virtual charter schools; provide funding to launch new models; support efforts to create more racial diversity among charter teachers and leaders; and to build and upgrade facilities.
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