Graduating senior Jacque’Lynn Walker thanks IDEA Montopolis for everything they have done for her as she prepares for college at the University of Texas.
Can the charter school and private school choice advocates get along? That’s the question we set out to answer last week on a panel at the National Charter Schools Conference.
Imagine a school where students enjoy learning, where they come to thrive and learn at their own pace.
Adrian Campos, a recent graduate of PUC Lakeview Charter High School is a first-generation college student who shares his story of his passion for education.
Educators no longer have to choose between accessible language and content that develops knowledge and vocabulary. They can have both.
Robert C. Enlow, president and CEO of EdChoice, previews an upcoming panel at the 2019 National Charter Schools Conference entitlted "Friend or Foe: The Intersection of Charter School and Private School Choice.”
Nathan Barrett, Ph.D., provides some brief highlights of both incomplete and unsubstantiated evidence used by the authors in a recent article on The Nation.
After the collapse of communism in Albania, Beqir Gjoka had to dropout of high school to provide for his family. Fast forward to today and he just completed his GED from the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School.
Mission Achievement and Success Charter School graduate Adan Cuevas credits his charter school with his success as he prepares for life in the Navy.
Star International Academy graduate Sabrina Khan reflects back on her last seven years with the charter school as she prepares to head to Wayne State University.