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Arguing otherwise is, at best, disingenuous

As recent events in Los Angeles and New Hampshire show, so long as there are laws that limit charter authorization to one public body, promising charter applicants risk being held hostage to the whims of a political board

The demise of the first teacher union at a Massachusetts charter school raises questions about whether unions and charters are ever a good fit

The case for overhauling charter authorizing in the Sunshine State

CTU President Karen Lewis took aim at the city’s charter schools, and it’s not surprising.

NEPC misses the mark in its review of Matt Chingos and Paul Peterson's research

Voucher-movement leaders have found purpose in the notion that parents know what is best for their children. The charter movement can learn from that, and the Chicago strike has made that lesson relevant.