"Your comfort zone will kill you." Not only did this quote push me to implement changes into my everyday life, it also laid in the depths of my memory, resurfacing to be the ego of my personality.
Today, I look back at how far my daughter Cara-Star Tyner has come. She graduated from elementary school this month and wow, she sure has done an amazing job. Starting in second grade, after transferring from a district school in Brooklyn, N.Y., we had no idea what to expect.
When I was eight, not knowing a single word of English, I immigrated to the United States from South Korea. In elementary school, I was always by myself because I couldn’t speak the language.
This is a speech by Brenda Sifuentes, 2018 IDEA Alamo Graduate. Brenda will be attending the College of Mount Saint Vincent in the fall.
Ten years ago, the National Alliance, along with partners like the Colorado League of Charter Schools, who were interested in convening public charter school attorneys across the country, conceived the Alliance of Public Charter
Summer is upon us. While students are at camps, poolside, or working part time, most charter school leaders are already focused on the fall, planning for the school year and asking questions:
Never let the thought of the ‘impossible’ deter you from reaching your goals.
Cala Cross has big plans for herself and for the future of Fort Worth. The recent high school graduate joined Uplift Mighty Preparatory in southeast Fort Worth, Texas, when she was in the seventh grade. “When I arrived at Uplift Mighty, I was regularly earning Cs on my report cards.
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy is a network of college-prep schools serving 3,600 students, nearly all of whom receive free or reduced-price lunch and over a third of whom are English learners.
Andrea, Christine, and Catherine Domiter - IDEA Donna