National Alliance Senior Policy Advisor Christy Wolfe writes about her experience in the Global Educational Policy Fellowship Program as she explores various German and Swiss apprenticeship programs to explore the potential of career and technical education in the United States charter school sector.
Hindered, but Not Deterred: Talking About Charter School Facilities with Clear Dot Charter School [Q&A]
The National Alliance's Kelsey Nelson speaks with Lindsey Ott, principal of Clear Dot Charter School about the facilities process for the school which will open in the fall of 2019.
The National Alliance's Kelsey Nelson sits down with NBA legend Earl Monroe to discuss his new venture with the Lewis Katz New Renaissance Basketball Academy Charter School. The school will open in District 7 in the Bronx, N.Y. in 2020.
This edition of the National Alliance Monthly News includes an exciting announcement about CSP grants, important information about a new research survey, new resources for schools and a chance to meet our new National Alliance Fellows.
In recent years, online ADA compliance has become an important issue for many schools. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, schools are required to make their learning resources accessible to those with learning challenges.
Every year, Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School holds a month-long celebration celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Here's an in-depth look at the school's planned celebrations for this school year.
Maureen Donald of the Arapahoe Charter School describes the journey the school has gone through since it first opened in 1997, to create a facility that fostered a learning environment that offered individualized instruction and a family atmosphere.
Indiana State Rep. Bob Behning has made it his mission to ensure the state of Indiana empowers parents to make educational choices for their child. Today, Indiana’s 93 charter schools serve more than 44,000 students.
Albert Einstein Academies of Ohio Director of Admissions/Recruitment Rebecca Woodson brings attention to the school’s need for additional and expanded facilities as the student population grows.
With four graduation ceremonies and over 30 graduates, Five Keys Charter School gives inmates a chance to earn high school diplomas.