A new GAO report finds that public schools provide more protections for students with disabilities than their private or charter competitors.
A new study from the Center for Public Education and NSBA shows that school choice options are increasing within public school systems.
The latest PDK International poll shows mixed support for public schools and new areas of focus for parents.
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?
With increased competitors, school district leaders lean on creative marketing to drive enrollment. But there might be a better way.
NSBA Executive Director and CEO Tom Gentzel outlines why school leaders need to stand up for their schools and their communities.
K12 Insight founder and CEO Suhail Farooqui calls on schools to embrace a customer-first mindset—that, or risk losing students to the competition.
As school choice expands across the country, advocacy groups and public school leaders are fighting to show the value and innovation of public schools.
Despite a lack of school choice competition, America’s rural schools still have to make community engagement–and family involvement–and priority.
From ice cream trucks to text messages, charters and private schools use marketing to attract students. And it’s working.