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More than 5,000 Call on 2020 Presidential Candidates to End Attacks on Charter Schools

In just the first week of the Charters Work campaign, more than 5,000 parents, families, teachers, school and community leaders across all 50 states added their names to the petition insisting 2020 presidential candidates end their attacks on charter schools.

2019 National Charter Schools Conference Wraps Up with Keynote Address by Clifton Taulbert

The nation's premiere public charter schools conference has brought more than 5,000 educators, school leaders, policymakers, charter support organizations and advocates to Las Vegas, NV over the last three days.

Nation’s Premiere Charter Schools Conference Takes Place in Las Vegas, Nevada June 30 - July 3

The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) invites you to our 2019 National Charter Schools Conference (#NCSC19) — June 30 - July 3 in Las Vegas, NV — bringing together more than 5,000 educators, school leaders, policymakers, charter support organizations, charter management organizations, and advocates to collaborate and experience the premier leadership development event in the public charter school sector.

Great Schools Recognizes 153 Public Charter Schools as College Success Award Winners

Today, Great Schools released their 2019 College Success Awards, recognizing more than 1,700 public schools in 25 states that excel in preparing students to attend and succeed in college. Of these winning schools, 153 are public charter schools.

New NEA Rankings of Charter School Laws Don’t Support the Creation of High-Quality Public Charter Schools for the Students that Need Them Most

Next week, the National Education Association (NEA) will release State Charter Statutes: NEA Report Cards. This new report grades each state’s charter school law in relation to the NEA’s 13 priorities for charter school statutes. Most of the NEA’s priorities however have very little to do with supporting the creation of high-quality public charter schools for the students that need them the most.