The year so far
Here is a fantastic, a Cleveland charter which has been open for fully in-person learning since August. Kudos to staff, students, and parents for all their hard work.
On the grow
even in the face of pandemic disruption. And if all goes well, it will be expanding next year and perhaps even moving to a larger location.
in which she laid out the case for charter school expansion as the solution for educational segregation in New York.
The invaluable parent perspective
Selena Rodgers Dickerson’s daughter attends a charter school in Birmingham, Alabama, and both are very happy. The, published this week in Alabama Daily News, makes for compelling reading.
The same folks who went after Ohio’s charter schools in court nearly 20 years ago are back again, trying to do the same to vouchers. Read.
Virtual event – you’re invited!
On Thursday, April 22, at 9:00 am ET, ExcelinEd and the Fordham Institute will be hosting a virtual event looking at the ways in which Ohio currently supports charter schools’ facilities needs and how the state could do better in this important work..
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