Samuel Stephens, teacher and assistant to the superintendent at Fulton Leadership Academy, speaks on the importance of offering exposure and affirmation for young men of color to college and careers.
The National Teacher and Principal Survey measures the total number and demographics of public school principals, finding more than 30% of charter school principals are school leaders of color in the 2015-16 school year.
This Washington, DC charter school was founded by law students and attorneys at Georgetown University Law Center’s DC Street Law clinic.
Though charter schools make up only 13% of public schools, they made up 21% of the top 100 best high schools list, according to the U.S.
Rafiq Kalam Id-Din II, Esq., founder and managing partner of Ember Charter School, talks about how his school allows students to develop their agency and sense of who they are.
At Success Academy, a commitment to social justice means that school leaders equally prioritize building great schools for their students and changing public policy so all kids have access to great schooling
In the Charter High Schools’ Effects on Long‐Term Attainment and Earnings report, findings estimate charter schools’ effects on educational attainment, and that in their mid‐20s former students experience hig
BLSYW is best known for their students featured in the critically acclaimed documentary STEP. Here's a close look at how the school was founded.
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Namaste, where health and wellness is closely embedded into their rigorous academic curriculum, serves as an incubator to identify and share best practices.
More than half of the students at Achievement First's Amistad Academy come from low-income families, but the high school has been ranked the #1 high school in Connecticut for the past two years.
In the Charter High Schools’ Effects on Long‐Term Attainment and Earnings report, using data from Florida, students attending charter high schools are more likely to graduate from high school.