Charter facilities in Ohio
In case you missed the event this week, the full video from How can Ohio meet charter school facility needs? is. The full report from ExcelinEd can be and a fantastic interactive tool which can be used to determine how best to make changes in Ohio’s charter facility policy to benefit students can be .
Describing the charter school landscape in California
The California Charter Schools Association recently released. That is, charters where at least 20 percent of students’ instruction takes place outside of the traditional classroom setting. The variety of NCB schools is interesting and the differences between them important, as they are often lumped together for both scorn and praise. The Fordham Institute also has published —a Cliff’s Notes-type analysis—of the report.
Where are the kids?
The 74 and the Progressive Policy Institute teamed up for a virtual event this week in which they discuss the pandemic trend of “disenrollment” from traditional district schools across the country. Many students have simply disappeared from the rolls while many have opted for charter or private schools..
The view from Montgomery County
Looking toward the 2021-22 school district, Jeremy Kelley of the Dayton Daily News discusses how the enrollment patterns discussed above are playing out in Montgomery County. Intriguingly, we learn that.
State budget bill passes out of the House
House Bill 110—the state budget bill—passed the House this week, following the inclusion of the Cupp-Patterson school funding bill into it. For charter schools, there’s some “good” stuff (increased base funding amount) and some “less good” stuff (reduction in funding allocated to the Quality Community School Support Fund). Read more about the things that got our attention in the House budget in this blog by Aaron Churchill.
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