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A Final Recommendation for How to Rip the Regs|The Other Side’s Desperate Last Minute Call to Action|National Progress Anyway|Cardona Embraces Attack, Erase, Defend|The Challenge of Regulation and Why We Must Support Our Advocacy Orgs at New Levels

Good morning, CharterFolk. I start off today thanking our Contributors who have risen to the occasion to offer columns encouraging our world to comment on the potentially disastrous proposed regulations coming out of the administration in DC. I thought all three of our Contributor Columns this week were just terrific. Malka Borrego’s: Reggie Lee’s: And

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CharterFolk Contributors Sarah Kollman and Lee Rosenberg – Charter School Lawyers Sound the Alarm for Public Comment by April 13 on Proposed U.S. Department of Education Regulations

Good morning, CharterFolk. Today we are pleased to share a great Contributor Column from Sarah J. Kollman, Esq. and Lee J. Rosenberg, Esq. at Young, Minney & Corr LLP, one of the most respected legal firms in California and indeed in the entire country working on charter school issues. Bios for Sarah and Lee are

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The Biggest News You Probably Missed This Week – A New Democratic Party Platform Just Embraced Charter Schools, How it Happened and the 6 Things We Do Now

Good morning, CharterFolk. We have some encouraging news out of Washington this week. Natalie Hester, who CharterFolk readers may remember shared a great Contributor Column in the fall about how moral arguments are not enough, and charter schools must build the raw advocacy and political power needed to push through change … … the same

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Linda Brown, Kayleigh Colombero, and Cristina Ureña at the Charter Folk Oxygen Bar – Stubbornness and Grit in Support of Improved Public Education For Those Who Need it Most

Good morning, CharterFolk. Today we are pleased to share with you the third in a series of short video interviews we are calling the “CharterFolk Oxygen Bar,” stories of extraordinary leaders helping others find new levels of resiliency during this moment of great challenge for charter schools and for all public education.  Today’s edition is

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CharterFolk Contributor Kimi Kean – Coming Soon to a Town Near You

Greetings, Charter Folk. Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Kimi Kean, CEO and Co-Founder of Families in Action for Quality Education. During our inaugural CharterFolk Chat with Arne Duncan, the former Education Secretary challenged our movement to get more parents and youth involved in our advocacy efforts. This is the moment

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