he Center for Education Reform has teamed up with the Jack Kemp Foundation to elevate the national conversation on expanding education opportunity, a critical step toward upward mobility for all Americans, particularly our youth.
In 1991, at a time when many yearned for transformation in education, states responded with an innovation of the traditional public school model – charter schools.
Charter schools in Massachusetts are actually increasing achievement of ELL & SPED students, and they're doing it faster than their traditional public school counterparts
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.
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.
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 […]