Robert Reed, Jr., vice president of legal affairs at the National Alliance, has built his career around social justice and legal advocacy in education. He shares his powerful story.
To clear up misconceptions about for-profit charter schools, here are some answers to common questions about charter schools that are worth knowing.
The National Alliance's 2020 Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellow shares her research on programs from across the country that aim to recruit, train, and mentor teachers from diverse backgrounds.
Earlier this month, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the INVEST in America Act (H.R. 2)—a $1.5 trillion bill designed to upgrade a wide range national infrastructure while also stimulating the economy.
Led by finance experts and charter school leaders, these sessions at NCSCvirtual—July 16, 23, and 30—will prepare you with the knowledge and strategies you need to recession-proof your school.
The U.S. News & World Report released the 2020 rankings of the best high schools in the public school sector with charter schools having an outsized performance.
Charter Schools are finding meaningful ways to send off their graduating seniors. In this edition of Celebrating Charter Grads 2020, charters schools host a virtual ceremony, a drive -thru graduation, and celebrate their first senior class.
The time is right for conservatives and progressives to come together and encourage states to pass constitutional amendments that guarantee access to a high-quality education.
In this edition of celebrating charter grads, schools celebrated a fist-time virtual ceremony, participated in a graduation tour and surprised students door-to-door.
In this edition of Celebrating 2020 Grads, we learn more about the ways schools are being creative--including a surprise ceremony, a horse at graduation, and a drive-in movie theme celebration.