The Northeast Charter Schools Network today sent the following statement in response to the passing of a two-year bipartisan state budget, following a nearly 118-day stalemate.
Connecticut lawmakers passed a FY2017 budget tonight, ensuring that public charter schools have the funding they need to meet their pre-approved growth plans for next year.
The Appropriations Committee today proposed cutting $1.7 million from public charter school funding. Charter schools have already had their funding cut by $3.3 million for the current budget year through...
State Republican leaders today released a proposal that would cut $12.9 million from public charter schools, slashing their per pupil funding from $11,000 to $9,625.
Dozens of public charter school students, parents, and educators visited the State Capitol today to urge members of the state’s Appropriations Committee to fairly fund public charter schools.
This afternoon, Governor Dannel P. Malloy released his proposal to close the state budget deficit, which keeps public charter school funding flat.
This afternoon, Connecticut's state legislature passed a bill to close the state budget deficit, including $2.3 million in cuts to public charter schools.
After Months of Uncertainty, Lawmakers Choose to Support Thousands of Families Seeking Access to Charter Schools
The Connecticut General Assembly today put the future of underserved children first by committing funding to public charter schools across the state.
Connecticut’s charter school association today condemned the Appropriations Committee budget proposal that cuts $20.9 million in commitments to public charter schools.
Public charter school advocates today testified in front of the State’s Appropriations Committee asking for lawmakers’ support of charter funding allocated in the proposed budget.