The Center for Education Reform just released its annual charter law rankings. North Carolina was ranked 13th and earned a C.  It’s really a C+ given that the state barely missed out on a B.

There is plenty of room for improvement, particularly in the equitable funding category.  North Carolina received 5 out of a total of 15 points in this category, mostly due to the fact that the state’s charters receive limited operating funds and no capital funds.