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What's Happening in My State?: A Selection of Resources for School Choice Laws and Information

School Choice:  What's Happening in the States



School Choice Report Cards for the States

The Center for Education Reform, a self-described "results-oriented advocacy group, which is independent, non-partisan and not-for-profit," has produced the latest in its series of evaluations for charter school laws around the nation. The resulting "report cards"--on which Arizona gets an "A" and Mississippi gets an "F", for example--are based on as objective a set of measures as is possible, CER claims, while still recognizing that "beauty can still be in the eye of the beholder."



Education Week's Guide to the States

Education Week's state-by-state guide to education reform, listing of key players, key statistics, legislative updates, and past stories from their archive.



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