by Jana Gregg Choosing the best school for your child can be daunting. As someone who has benefitted from school choice thanks to my parents
By Paul Dauphin On Saturday, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ratified a proposal calling for a moratorium on public charter school expansion.
Louisiana has long been home to innovative school choice options. The state’s widespread adoption of charter schools a decade ago has been embraced across the country. Will the newest Bayou State innovation garner a similar same level of acceptance?
AFC encourages the Oklahoma City School Board to support the expansion of KIPP charter schools in Oklahoma City and offer more educational opportunity to the city’s students.
In a city known for its unique cuisine, students who attend a network of New Orleans charter schools are getting hands-on experience with food.
New Orleans is ranked as the best city in America for school choice. That’s the conclusion of “America’s Best (And Worst) Cities for School Choice”. The report by The Thomas B. Fordham Institute showed which thirty U.S. cities are the best and worst for school choice. The report’s definition of school choice included a wide […]
Based on the news coverage surrounding the 10-year observance of Hurricane Katrina, it might be easy to believe that Louisiana’s charter school movement began in 2005. Or, it wouldn’t be surprising if you thought Louisiana’s first charter schools came on the scene with creation of the Recovery School District in 2003, when the Legislature granted […]
What do New Orleans parents think about the city’s public schools? Last week we had an opportunity to hear them first-hand during a panel discussion on the state of public education, 10 years post-Katrina. The panel of eight parents, whose children attend New Orleans charter schools, tackled topics ranging from enrollment and accountability, to school […]