As the school choice movement expands nationally, public schools embrace innovation to keep families enrolled and engaged.
Several states hope adding charter-like flexibility to public education will help boost student performance. But new research suggests that parent engagement is key to school competition.
First-year superintendent Nikolai Vitti is boosting recruitment efforts to attract new students and their families.
A new study from the Center for Public Education and NSBA shows that school choice options are increasing within public school systems.
A new survey shows that support for charter schools dropped by nearly 12 percent from last year. But what does that mean for public schools?
As school choice expands nationally, school district leaders look to understand the main reasons why parents and students leave.
With increased competitors, school district leaders lean on creative marketing to drive enrollment. But there might be a better way.
With charter school supporters taking over LA’s school board this month, many education experts wonder if the election is a model for school choice and charter school advocates.
NSBA Executive Director and CEO Tom Gentzel outlines why school leaders need to stand up for their schools and their communities.
New findings show that public schools still have a funding advantage over charter school alternatives. But that gap may be closing.