February 22, 2012 | Posted At: 09:03 AM | Author: Will Treece | Category: Daily News
Campaign for Adelanto charter school falls short LA Times: School officials in the High Desert community of Adelanto say there weren't enough signatures under the parent trigger law to mandate a charter conversion.
Santorum’s children went to a cyber charter school Washington Post: About a decade ago, Santorum and his wife, Karen, enrolled five of their children in the Western Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School.
Supreme Court to Hear Affirmative Action Case NYT: The court’s decision in a new case has the potential to undo an accommodation on affirmative action in higher education reached by the court in 2003.
MORE NEWS ITEMS INSIDE
School closing foes, board members set for showdown
Chicago Tribune: Hundreds of community activists, parents, students and union leaders are expected to converge Wednesday morning at Chicago Public Schools'headquarters to pressure the school board to reject a reform package that includes closing or overhauling 17 struggling schools.
Special needs children need not apply
InsideSchools: This fall for the first time, local NYC schools are supposed to serve all but the most disabled special needs students in their zone, a change cheered by education advocates. But parents in some neighborhoods are being turned away by school staff, who are either unaware of the new policy or overwhelmed by its implications.