Another week, another report card. Florida earns a B on the Center for Education Reform’s latest annual look at charter school laws, which was released this morning. The state gets high marks for not capping the number of charters, and for decent equity in operational funding. It gets low marks for not having multiple authorizers and for limited facilities funding. Florida ranked No. 7 overall (up from No. 8 last year), behind Washington D.C., Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan, Arizona and New York. More on this year’s report here. Last year’s report here.