The Program Committee for the 2021 National Charter Schools Conference put together their top resolutions for educators, school leaders, advocates, and parents this year.
The world watched the U.S. Capitol being breached by protestors while lawmakers gathered to count electoral votes and certify the 2020 election.
Here you’ll find more details about these and other highlights of 2020. We’re proud of what the movement accomplished this year, and, for so many reasons, we’re eager to get started on 2021.
Here are just a few examples of the remarkable work going on across the country to create state policy environments that foster the growth of high-quality charter schools.
We’ve seen a number of new and renewed support for charter schools among celebrities in sports, film, and music this year.
The National Alliance was excited to bring to life the first-ever virtual conference along with a webinar series on virtual learning with past NCSC keynote speakers.
On The Charter Blog, we’ve highlighted stories all year showing how charter schools stand out in public education, providing resources for the sector, and clearing up misconceptions.
Though this year has been difficult for us all, the charter school community continued to push forward.
A recent report from the University of Arkansas paints a grim picture of inequality for charter schools in urban areas, where charter schools tend to serve the greatest number of students.
Get to know Destinee Perry, an intern with the National Alliance Alumni Intern Program and a DC Prep charter school alum.