Thousands of schools, teachers highlight achievements of 3.2 million charter school students in communities across the U.S.
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.
National Alliance Congratulates 2018 U.S. Department of Education Charter Management Organization Grant Recipients
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Innovation and Improvement has published the names of the recipients of about $100.2 million in Charter School Program (CSP) Grants to Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) for the Replication and Expansion of High-Quality Charter Schools competition.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools kicks off its fourth annual School Leaders of Color (SLOC) Capitol Hill Action Initiative.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools annual state-by-state ranking of public charter school laws ranked Colorado second, for the second year in a row.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Annual Report Names Georgia the Highest Climber in Annual State Rankings
Upcoming Legislative Session Creates Opportunity for Lawmakers to Affect Meaningful Change
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Annual Report Ranks Indiana Best in the Nation for the Fourth Year in a Row
For the Second Year in a Row, National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Annual Report Ranks Washington 3rd in the Nation