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.
Parents are extremely instrumental in their child's educational journey. Read more on two powerful parents who are helping to shape the schools their children attend.
As a part of our Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, we spoke with the principal of Cresthaven Academy Charter School, Monica Villafuerte, to learn what this month means to her and her school.
We sat down to talk with Daniella Morello, chief executive affairs officer at STRIVE Prep, about what Hispanic Heritage Month means to her.
The National Alliance spoke with one of our 30 Under 30 Changemakers, Artemisio Romero Y Carver on his heritage, people who inspired him, and his future in advocacy.
These schools have also demonstrated remarkable resilience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting their students and communities while still achieving high levels of academic excellence.
Student enrollment in public charter schools is on the rise as parents seek out school options for their children that better fit their needs during the pandemic. has increased, read more in the National Alliance's report, Voting With Their Feet.
Former KIPP student and summer 2021 intern for the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools shares what she learned over the summer about charter schools.