Articles about the growing charter school sector in Philadelphia and the political debates about charters.
Details revealed on PFT contract offers and counter-offers. Departing chair Marjorie Neff says that the PFT’s proposals 'continue to operate in a financial reality that does not exist.'
NAACP and Movement for Black Lives point to concerns over transparency and management
The state auditor general says that $30.5 million in contested payments remain unresolved. That includes more than $14 million related to Philadelphia.
In response to a recent commentary piece, Conti rebuts criticisms of cyber charters.
The changes mark a shift away from "zero tolerance" policies.
When charters fail to pay into the retirement system, districts are on the hook.