May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
June 30, 2009 was a GOOD day for thousands of Indiana children in the home state of the Friedman Foundation and the GEO Foundation, two long-time school choice advocates. Governor Mitch Daniels signed into law a 2.5 million corporate and individual …READ MORE
Once again, charter schools survived Colorado’s legislative session. There are many legislators from both political parties that deserve to be praised for their support of charter schools. However, Sean Bradley, the Director of Governmental Affairs for the Colorado League of Charter Schools, deserves a loud “shout out” from all those who support charter schools. He […]READ MORE
Today, two public schools received waivers from 40 state statutes, 32 district policies, and 18 collective bargaining agreement provisions. The Colorado State Board of Education unanimously voted in favor of granting waivers to two Denver Public Schools, Manual High School and Montclair School of Academics and Enrichment.
The schools are the first “Innovation Schools” under a law […]
In today’s Denver Post there is a story by Jeremy P. Meyer about the parents of 67 students from Hanson PreK-8 School located in Adams 14 School District. The parents are boycotting the CSAP because they are unhappy that the principal has been placed on leave for undisclosed reasons, the elimination of the year-round schedule, and changes to […]READ MORE