This cohort of black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American charter school leaders who run high-quality public schools are in Washington to share best practices and showcase the secret to their success.
As Democratic Candidates Descend on Iowa, New Report Shows Hawkeye State Ranks in Bottom Five in Annual Charter School Law Rankings
Iowa, which will hold its caucus on February 3rd, lands in the bottom five (41/45) of the nation’s charter school laws for the fifth consecutive year—highlighting the key battleground state’s failure to provide ample school choice for families.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released its annual ranking of state charter school laws, Measuring Up to the Model: A Ranking of State Public Charter School Laws, Eleventh Edition in conjunction with National School Choice Week.
New Report Highlights How Charter School Leaders of Color Build Strong School Culture to Drive Student Success
This latest report supports the idea that an optimal school environment and culture do not just appear on their own.
New Report Highlights Innovative Ways Charter School Leaders of Color Engage Families to Support Students
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools in partnership with Public Impact released “Identity and Charter School Leadership: Profiles of Leaders of Color Engaging Families,” addressing how the experiences of three leaders of color influence how they interact with and invite families to participate in their children’s schools.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools is pleased to announce that George Parker, a distinguished educator and expert on teaching and school governance, has joined the National Alliance as a senior advisor with a focus on school support.
Public Charter Schools, Families, and the New Jersey Charter School Association Intervene In School Desegregation Lawsuit
Today, a group of New Jersey public charter school parents, schools, and the state charter school association filed a motion to intervene in Latino Action Network v. State of New Jersey, a lawsuit filed in May 2018.
The National Alliance in partnership with Public Impact released the first in a series of three reports profiling charter school leaders of color to show some of the ways their experiences and perspectives shape how they lead schools with excellence.
National Alliance to Award Second Annual Charter School Leadership Awards to Congressional Black Caucus Members and Charter School Leaders
On Wednesday, September 11, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools will honor eight African American leaders for raising the bar of excellence in public education and advancing student access to high-quality 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.