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National Alliance Issues Statement on Final Virginia Budget

Earlier this month, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin signed the state budget into law. Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools, issued the following statement. “The 2022 state legislative session ended, and Virginia lawmakers failed to overhaul the state’s notoriously weak charter school law. On the campaign trail last year,… Continue reading National Alliance Issues Statement on Final Virginia Budget

Governor McAuliffe Denies Virginia Students and Families Access to High-Quality Public School Options

Washington, D.C. Today, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe vetoed House Bill 2342/Senate Bill 1283, legislation that would create regional charter public school divisions that could authorize charter schools in areas of the state with struggling schools. Following the governors veto announcement, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools President and CEO Nina Rees released the following statement:… Continue reading Governor McAuliffe Denies Virginia Students and Families Access to High-Quality Public School Options

The Apprehension of the Charter School Movement in Fairfax County

When Fairfax Leadership Academy was endorsed by the Virginia Board of Education, the future of charter schools in Fairfax County became a little bit brighter. The founder of Fairfax Leadership Academy, Eric Welch, is a longtime Fairfax County public school teacher and administrator who works at JEB Stuart High School. Welch coordinates Stuart’s college readiness… Continue reading The Apprehension of the Charter School Movement in Fairfax County

Virginia House Passes Charter Public School Resolution

Washington D.C. Today, the Virginia House passed House Joint Resolution 1, an amendment to the state constitution that will support the creation of high-quality charter public schools in the state. Nina Rees, president and CEO at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, released the following statement: “This resolution provides an opportunity to provide thousands… Continue reading Virginia House Passes Charter Public School Resolution

Poll: Virginian Voters Overwhelmingly Want More Charter Public Schools in State, Will Support a Constitutional Amendment

Washington, D.C. As the Virginia General Assembly considers proposals that would allow for more charter public schools to open in the state, a new poll shows that support for these measures is high among Virginia voters. In a statewide poll released by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, of 600 likely voters, 72 percent… Continue reading Poll: Virginian Voters Overwhelmingly Want More Charter Public Schools in State, Will Support a Constitutional Amendment

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