Chad Aldis

Karen Kasler

A study from a pro-charter school group shows that open enrollment in public schools helped students – in one population, their grades dramatically improved.

Andy Chow

Charter school advocates are calling on state lawmakers to take a second look at how much those schools pay for the buildings they occupy. This comes after a study broke down the costs of owning and operating school buildings. 

The embattled online charter school, ECOT, is flooding the airwaves with commercials to rally support and hit back against the state education department.