Articles about the growing charter school sector in Philadelphia and the political debates about charters.
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.
The Keystone State Education Coalition weighs in on the bill.
The 3-2 vote rejected the recommendation of the charter office.