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Supreme Court Decision in Trinity Lutheran v. Comer is a Significant Victory for School ChoiceJune 26, 2017

(Washington, D.C.)—In a 7-2 decision today, “the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a victory for the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious freedom for religious schools,” said Jeanne Allen, Founder and CEO of Center for Education Reform. Trinity Lutheran had been denied state funding for a playground surface solely because its school is a religious one. The court’s […]

Gov. Scott Ushers in More Opportunity, More Equity for Kids Signing HB 7069June 15, 2017

(ORLANDO, Fl. June 14, 2017) In an historic win for kids, Florida Governor Governor Rick Scott today signed HB 7069, providing more and better opportunities to thousands of children throughout the state, particularly the most vulnerable. With schools unevenly funded and resources rarely flowing to the classroom directly as is normally intended by law, HB […]

Why Limit Success?May 4, 2016

Charter schools in Massachusetts are actually increasing achievement of ELL & SPED students, and they're doing it faster than their traditional public school counterparts

How the charter movement is delivering results for studentsMay 1, 2016

Learn more about how the charter school movement is delivering results for students and the efforts that promise more opportunities for innovative schooling in every state.

Charter School Accountability: A Double-Edged SwordMay 3, 2016

While accountability is critical to ensure students are getting the outcomes they deserve, getting accountability right is even more important. If charter school advocates aren’t conscientious, schools like Rainshadow in Nevada that are dedicated to giving students a second chance will no longer exist.

Communicate Your Concern To State OfficialsMay 1, 2016

Students, families and educators in many cities and states are prohibited from experiencing the power of a charter school education or face regularly assaults on the efforts to expand choice and innovation in education. Check out these cities and states and join in communicating your concern to state officials in these areas through our National […]