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Who Really Won the 2015 Legislative Battle in New York?

  The short answer:┬áNobody The last day of New York’s legislative session was supposed to be June 17, but the final touches took a while to materialize. One of the…

Three States Lifting Charter Caps?

Charter caps are one of the more restrictive aspects of any charter law. They can limit the number of schools built in a state and hinder geographic accessibility for needy…

Mississippi’s New Charter School Law

As a follow up to our article on school choice expansion in the South, we decided to analyze the latest charter law to hit the books in Mississippi. This law…

School Choice Expanding in the South

The American South is about to launch into a new era of school choice, an era that it has put on hold for two decades. School choice concepts go back…

Overview of Regional School Choice Environment

Some people have questions about Congressman Paul Ryan’s ability to help Romney win the state of Ohio in November. Apparently, it has something to do with an election in 1944,…

Georgians Shocked at Charter Spending Bill

Per-pupil spending is one of the most important pieces of data we have for quantifying the efficacy of a district’s methods. It is also used by choicers to point out…