The Center for Education Reform recently ranked Arizona’s charter school laws as an “exceptional delivery” state, according to a report released last week.
Arizona was one of four “A” rated states.
The center measured the progress, creation and advancement of all 41 states with charter school laws, as well as the District of Columbia. Arizona’s law, which was created in 1994, is ranked fourth, holding steady from 2011 results. According to the report, Arizona has strong laws and charter school autonomy, but is lacking in equitable funding and facilities funding.