A new GAO report finds that public schools provide more protections for students with disabilities than their private or charter competitors.
Public school parents are less satisfied with their child’s schools than private and charter parents, according to a new Rice University study.
This Thanksgiving weekend, we give thanks to the school leaders and teachers who are digging in to improve student achievement and innovate in our schools and classrooms.
K12 Insight president and COO, Gregg Levin, outlines three important strategies for school districts in the face of school choice and declining enrollments.
As school choice options expand nationally, new research suggests ways for districts to stay vital to students and parents.
First-year superintendent Nikolai Vitti is boosting recruitment efforts to attract new students and their families.
A recently released report from the American Federation of Teachers outlines the priorities parents have for their students and their schools.
A new study from the Center for Public Education and NSBA shows that school choice options are increasing within public school systems.
With school choice options proliferating across the country, school leaders in southern Florida say the region’s public school systems can compete with anyone.
In the face of declining student enrollment, three school districts turn to marketing and branding to compete in the age of choice.