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Supreme Court beats back bureaucrats in Oklahoma

Oklahoma school districts cannot sue parents who use state funds to send their special-needs children to private schools, the Oklahoma State Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

On a 7-2 vote, justices said the Jenks and Union public school districts  …

Alaska Board of Education approves waiver for districts

The Alaska Board of Education has approved requests from 23 school districts seeking waivers from a requirement that they budget at least 70 percent of their operating expenses for instruction.

The board met by teleconference Monday to address this and …

Fairbanks Interior Education Summit addresses rural, tribal learning

School district superintendents across the Interior were queried on a variety of subjects from bandwidth availability to traditional teaching and parental involvement Wednesday on the first day of the 2012 Interior Education Summit hosted by the Tanana Chiefs Conference this …

BIG VICTORIES FOR EDUCATIONAL CHOICE IN TENNESSEE

The American Federation for Children—the nation’s voice for educational choice—today praised last night’s victorious legislative candidates in Tennessee, who now make up a strong educational choice majority that is poised to enact significant education reform legislation aimed at benefiting Tennessee’s …

Enrollment in Charter Schools Is Increasing

Although charter schools engender fierce debate — most recently over ballot measures in Georgia and Washington State — their ranks are growing rapidly, according to a new report. Between 2010-11 and 2011-12, the number of students in charter schools increased …

Washington state passes measure approving the option of public charter schools

After comprehensively reviewing ballot returns to date, The Washington YES on 1240 Coalition announced today that Initiative 1240, the Washington Public Charter Schools Initiative, will be approved by a majority of Washington voters.  With over 2.6 million votes counted, Initiative …

Georgia voters approve charter amendment

There were lobbying and lawsuits, points and counterpoints and a Brinks truckload of out-of-state campaign cash.

And, finally on Tuesday, the state’s voters said yes to Amendment One — which will change the Georgia constitution to make sure the state …

A second-term agenda for Obama: Stop messing with school vouchers in D.C.

By Kevin P. Chavous, The Washington Post: In April of last year, when President Obama (D), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) agreed on a budget averting a government shutdown, the winners weren’t just …