The National Charter Schools Conference went remote for 2020 and 2021, adjusted our content to meet you where you were, tested out new virtual platforms, and now…we’re ready to meet back in person in Washington, D.C.
With 30 years of experience responding to the needs of students and families, charter schools are meeting this moment and demonstrating the very best of what public education can be.
With renewed public attention on education in 2021, and a dramatic shift in public school enrollment trends, state legislatures accomplished a lot for students over the past year. Here are the top 10 wins we saw across the country.
With only so many hours in the day, there is a lot of great content that you might have missed along the way. We’ve gathered some of the favorite sessions and best webinars of 2021.
Even amid the third school year in a row affected by a worldwide pandemic, public charter schools and our community have proven resilient. Here are the top 10 most-read blog posts for 2021.
From our informative “Charter Schools, Explained” series to a breakdown of public school enrollment trends, here are our top ten videos of 2021 for and about charter schools.
Reporters, editors, and producers are taking notice of parent demand for more and better education options. Here are the top 10 stories and editorials in major news outlets about the charter school movement for 2021.
Enrollment in district schools has taken a nosedive, while charter school enrollment is on the rise. One thing that hasn’t changed? Charter schools still have extremely limited access to facilities.
It’s no surprise that when families took to the polls for the 2021 elections, they voted charter-friendly candidates into office—across the country and across party lines.
Researchers from the University of Arkansas released a new study looking at what charter school students stood to lose should the U.S. House of Representative’s education funding bill pass. In the 18 cities examined, charter school students would lose an average of $1,131 per-pupil in school resources.