A year-long CMD investigation reveals that the federal government has pumped millions into charter schools that closed or never even opened.
The U.S. Department of Education (ED) has announced the winners of the next round of state (SEA) grants under the quarter-billion-dollar-a-year Charter Schools Program (CSP)
In the absence of a hurricane to sweep away public schools, a man-made calamity might do the trick.
Today, the CMD is releasing a complete state-by-state list of the failed charter schools since 2000.
The U.S. Department of Education is keeping the public in the dark on charter schools, again.
I recently headed back to where the school privatization push all began--the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Pundits have wasted hours guessing which ten of the 17 White House contestants FOX would choose for its version of Donald Trump's Miss USA....
ALEC has decided to drop the pretense: school vouchers are not about helping poor, at-risk or minority kids.
Nearly 2,500 charter schools have been forced to shutter in recent years. Some of these received federal grant money without even opening.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded Colorado $46 million under the Charter Schools Program partly because charters can fire teachers at will, documents show.