Graduate Daniela Varela thanks IDEA Public Schools for instilling a sense of belonging and pushing her to work harder as she prepares to attend the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley as part of the first generation in her family to attend college.
Class of 2019 graduate Rudy Hernandez reflects back on his time at Synergy Academies and the close-knit relationships he formed with his teachers as he prepares to head to the University of California at San Diego in the fall.
Sarah Pierre, a 2019 summer fellow through UNCF at the National Alliance, shares her biggest takeaway from the internship with the communications team.
Class of 2019 graduate Dante Downey looks forward to continuing to pursue the passion for filmmaking he cultivated at SouthTech Academy and expanding his horizons.
Liberty Common High School graduating senior Cole Goeltl reflects on his time in high school and all the special relationships that shaped his high school experience.
This fall, Kevin Olvera will start the next chapter of his education at the University of Notre Dame as a 2019 graduate of IDEA Quest.
Charter School Leaders of Color at NCSC19: Amplifying Voices, Building Relationships, and Growing Our Movement
The first-ever pre-conference for school leaders of color at the National Charter Schools Conference provided engaging in-depth conversation that covered many of the topics charter school leaders of color have told us they want to know.
Class of 2019 LEAP Academy University School graduate Brielle Nieves reflects on her time preparing for her freshman year at Rutgers University while she was in high school.
Dania Garcia, a recent graduate of Mission Achievement and Success Charter School in New Mexico, opens up about her father's death and how her school helped her to stay strong.
IDEA Public Schools describes how it plans to make College for All Children a reality with its principal and teacher trainings.