Ballot Question 2: Expand Charter Schools In Massachusetts?Question 2 on the November ballot would allow the State Board of Education to approve up to 12 new or expanded public charter schools a year. WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Mary Blake examines both sides of the issue.
Charter School Debate: Yes Or No On Question 2?On Election Day, Massachusetts voters will decide whether or not to lift the cap on charter schools.
More Than $18 Million Spent On Charter School Question TV AdsSupporters of a ballot question aimed at expanding the number of charter schools in Massachusetts have spent nearly twice as much on television ads as opponents.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Voters Favor More Charter Schools, But Many Still UndecidedA closer look inside the poll suggests the final outcome may well be linked to voter turnout in this presidential election year.
NightSide - Does Massachusetts Need More Charter Schools?
Lawmakers To Hear Charter School, Common Core Ballot Question ProposalsTwo proposed ballot questions that could strongly influence public education in Massachusetts will be aired on Beacon Hill Monday.
Charter School Backers Say They Received 100,000 Signatures For BallotBackers of a ballot question that would lift state-imposed caps on charter schools in Massachusetts say they've collected more than 100,000 signatures.
Massachusetts Charter School Bills Set To Be DebatedParents, students, teachers and others interested in the state's schools are expected to crowd into the Massachusetts Statehouse for hearings.
Gov. Charlie Baker Unveils Bill To Expand Charter SchoolsGov. Charlie Baker is unveiling legislation he says will let the state add up to a dozen new or expanded charter schools each year outside an existing cap on the schools.
Mass. Senate Turns Down Charter School ExpansionThe state Senate has rejected a bill that would have allowed for an expansion of charter schools in Boston and several other urban communities.
Keller @ Large: Charter School Debate Becomes ToxicAfter talking to both sides in the ever-uglier dispute over non-union charter schools and their role in rescuing kids from failing public schools, I’m thoroughly depressed.
Bid For Compromise On Charter School Cap Draws FireCharter schools are becoming more popular. But they're also controversial.