The New York State Board of Regents just approved six new charter schools. Concerned with the drain of funds from public schools, as well as the problems outlined below, several Regents abstained from voting for approval. This is not surprising given all of the problems that the continual expansion of charter schools causes. SUNY also […]
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This morning the Network for Public Education and the Schott Foundation released Grading the States: A Report Card on Our Nation’s Commitment to Public Schools, a report that evaluates the extent to which the 50 states and the District of Columbia are funneling public money away from community public schools to privately run charter and […]
On behalf of the Network for Public Education, I want to thank you for taking action to help stop Betsy DeVos’s plan to sneak an unwanted voucher program for military families into the defense budget. We are not out of the woods yet – the full committee markup is set for May 9. In advance […]
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April 20, is the day that the Network for Public Education, along with 41 other national groups, will let our legislators know that they must stand up to the gun lobby and enact meaningful reform to protect students and staff. Our alliance, Protect our Schools, is organizing activities across the United States.Here is how […]
Listen to parent Johanna Garcia talk about how high stakes standardized tests draw a line between haves and have nots.