The authorization process is a fundamental component of creating and maintaining a strong charter school sector, but without careful examination of the charter school pipeline we miss a tremendous amount of information about the opportunities we are providing for our students.
Harley Place, ESL teacher and coordinator for Ocean Academy Charter School, facilitates the Latino Family Literacy program to teach parents about the importance of reading at home.
The answer is yes: students attending charter schools have to take state tests.
If you'd like to create or rework your own instructional content but just don't know where to start, here are some tips to help you get going.
The String Queens, made up of KIPP DC teachers and mentors Élise Cuffy, Kendall Isadore, and Dawn Johnson, sit down for a Q&A.
President & CEO Nina Rees recaps National Alliance activities in February, including an overview of Black History Month celebrations, her visit to Purpose Preparatory Academy in Nashville, and federal and state updates.
Miriam Raccah, executive director of Bronx Charter School for the Arts and a school leader of color, shares what she has learned about navigating the education form space.
The President of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc., describes her hope for all students to have their best opportunity to learn—no matter how the school is classified.
For the fourth year in a row, leaders of color from charter schools across the nation will descend upon Washington, D.C., to challenge inaccuracies and untruths before the nation’s federal representatives.
Singer-songwriter Kris Brooks reflects on how her experience at Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts helped her prepare for a career in music—and reminded her of "High School Musical."