Voters know that a one-size-fits-all approach to education doesn’t work, and they support choices in the public-school system to make sure every child has the chance to get a great public education.
As defined in federal and state law, all charter schools are public schools. They are tuition-free, open to all students, and held to the same (or higher) accountability standards.
Poll after poll shows Democrat voters—especially Democrat voters of color—support charter schools and, historically, so do Democratic leaders.
IDEA Carver College Preparatory senior Tianna Renteria opens up about how her charter school changed the trajectory of her life, leading her to
Sameer Sridhar, a recent graduate of Somerset Academy Charter High School, credits his school administration for the support they provided helping him to thrive in the STEM field.
Mercedes Ferreira-Dias, a graduate of Mater Lakes Academy and contestant on The Voice, will pursue a career in music with the Berklee College of Music’s dual bachelor's/master's program with Harvard University.
As a student at a charter school, Daniel Lieu observed how autonomy helped his teachers thrive. Now, he experiences it first-hand teaching at one.
For Nella Garcia Urban, chief program officer at YES Prep Public Schools, it was the intersection of the power of education and value of choice t
Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School, led by 2018 Charter School Hall of Famer Maquita Alexander, offers students equal learning in Mandarin and English.
Students from Alaska Native Cultural Charter School in Anchorage thank their teacher and 2019 Alaska Teacher of the Year Ms.
Minnesota Legislature Ember Reichgott Junge discusses her history with the charter school movement and reflects on its growth as she continues to educate the next generation about chartering.
Harley Place, ESL teacher and coordinator, facilitates a unique Latino Family Literacy program to teach parents about the importance of reading at home.