We're breaking down the four takeaways from Jaime Casap's webinar on working and teaching from home from our COVID-19 series featuring keynote speakers from the National Charter Schools Conference who are pioneers in digital learning.
Charter Schools demonstrate their commitment to serving students and parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this edition of uplifting stories, students design hearts for first responders, charter schools use 3-D printers to make supplies for law enforcement, and put on parade for students.
Charter schools are finding creative ways to keep students motivated during the pandemic. Read how a teacher takes her students on a virtual field trip, a school organizes a parade and more in this edition of uplifting stories.
Charter schools continue to step up during the pandemic. Read how charter schools handed out Chromebooks, students donated plants to hospital workers and one student gets into three Ivy League schools.
In this edition of uplifting stories, we see charter schools motivating students, raising money for a COVID relief fund, and maintaining a sense of community during the pandemic.
In this edition of uplifting stories, charter schools prepped meals for students and uploaded a heartfelt video to keep them uplifted.
Read how a charter school raised money to help families during COVID-19 and a teacher started the #LearningNeverStopsCampaign.
In this edition of uplifting stories we see how charter schools help make supplies for medical workers, distribute Chromebooks to students, raise money to donate to families, and share advice on virtual learning.
Learn how charter schools equipped their students to continue learning online and helped them stay motivated.