Celebrating National School Choice Week pt 1
This is our first edition of 2023. Happy New Year to all! It covers news from December 15, 2022 – January 6, 2023. Looking back at 2022 pt 1 – Indianapolis
Open enrollment—when students are allowed to enroll in district schools other than the one to which they would be assigned based on their residence—is one of the oldest school choice options in the country.
This is our last edition for 2022. Thank you for reading and subscribing. We’ll be back on January 6, 2023 with a final rundown of late December news. Cincinnati charter school on the grow
Charter news is back following a Thanksgiving week break—covering news items from 11/18 – 12/2. Thanks, as always, for reading and subscribing. Focusing on the visual
Ohio Charter News will not be distributed next week due to the holiday. Our next edition will publish on December 2. Happy Thanksgiving! Grand opening
The latest edition of the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation’s sponsorship annual report highlights our work during the 2021-22 school year, overseeing twelve schools that served 5,500 students in four Ohio cities.
When and why families stop using school choice programs might be just as important to understand as why they opt into them in the first place. While supporters and researchers typically focus on issues of school quality, educational fit, and student needs, new data from Michigan suggest there is much more at play.
Is it possible that attending a high-performing school may help young people live healthier lives? An intriguing new paper from the American Medical Association’s JAMA Network open access journal says yes, though with some important caveats. A research team lead by Dr.
Creating great school options for all Ohio students: Recommendations to strengthen educational choice in the Buckeye StateAaron Churchill
Ohio has a long history of empowering parents with educational options for their children. Today, more than 250,000 of the state’s 1.6 million students attend public charter schools, enroll in private schools with the support of state-funded scholarships, or participate in interdistrict open enrollment.