The evidence—both anecdotal and quantitative—has consistently shown that public charter schools use the flexibilities in their school models to best serve students, especially those who are historically underserved by public schools. Now we have even more.
A recent column for the Morrison County Record in Minnesota featured the unique voices of parents whose children attend Minnesota's suburban and rural charter schools.
The National Alliance created a new resource that maps the U.S. COVID-19 outbreak data for selected school districts with high charter enrollment share.
The new Rethink K-12 Education Models Grants offer funds to help states address the dual challenge of serving students during the pandemic and cultivating new models for equitable, student-centered learning.
The U.S. Department of Education recognized 19 charter schools from across the country as 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools for their academic excellence or progress in closing opportunity gaps.
As many schools reopen with remote learning, “pandemic pods” have received a lot of attention as a potential solution. These are three main ways we’re seeing pods being used by charter schools to promote equity in educational access.
Regardless of your political affiliation, we can and should hold our candidates and elected officials accountable. Here’s what you can do to make your voice heard this 2020 election.
The National Alliance's education policy expert Christy Wolfe outlines key findings and recommendations from a new analysis of the Charter Schools Program from Bellwether Education Partners.
Learn more about the charter schools recognized as Green Ribbon Schools for sustainable facilities, health practices, and environmental education in 2020.
Robert Reed, Jr., vice president of legal affairs at the National Alliance, has built his career around social justice and legal advocacy in education. He shares his powerful story.