The Data Tells All: High Support Among Hispanic Families For Charter Schools
The time to stand up for charters is now. There are actions all over the country. Find one and boost those efforts...
The Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools is responding...
New Charter School for Black Students Gets Approved in Denver After Initial Rejection
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Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools (FCCS), a leading organization dedicated to building pipeline opportunities for resource allocation to charter school leaders of color, today announces its new leadership.
Jay Artis-Wright, a founding FCCS board member, has been appointed as the interim executive director....
Charter school advocates from across the country -- mostly Black and Hispanic school leaders, teachers, students and parents -- descended on the Education Department and the White House on Wednesday morning to deliver a message to the Biden administration and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona: "Back off."...
Biden’s education department continues to take heat for its proposed new restrictive rules for a federal charter school grant program. The protests from parents and a growing number of Democrats are a warning to the administration that its underhanded push to limit school choice is regressive and unpopular.
In a May 5 letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, seven U.S. senators, including Democrats Dianne Feinstein (California), Michael Bennet (Colo.), and Cory Booker (NJ), wrote that the candidacy rules charter school program funds don’t “prioritize student needs” and limit “high-quality choices to certain families.”