NASHVILLE, Tenn. For only the second time in its history, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools presented the prestigious Charter Schools Lifetime Achievement Award, this time to Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, former chief of staff to Rev. Dr.
IDEA Public Schools Named Top Public Charter School System in America as Winner of 2016 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools
NASHVILLE, Tenn. IDEA Public Schools is the winner of the 2016Broad Prize for Public Charter Scho
National Alliance Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Charter Schools in Nashville with Call to Action to Meet National Demand
NASHVILLE, Tenn. As charter public school leaders from around the country gather to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the movement at the annual National Charter School Conference, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools today announced the ambitious goal of enrolling a
New Report Recommends Reforms to Address Significant Underperformance by Full-Time Virtual Charter Public Schools
WASHINGTON, D.C. The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the 50-State Campaign for Achievement Now (50CAN) and the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) today released a report providing specific policy recommendations to help states better hold ful
Tomorrow, June 4, 2016, the charter public school movement turns 25.
The National Alliance announced it will give the prestigious Charter Schools Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker.
Success Academy in New York and IDEA Public Schools and YES Prep Public Schools in Texas have been named the finalists for the 2016 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools.
New Report Finds Nearly Half of Charter High Schools Have Excellent Graduation Rates; A Subset Underperforms
Nearly half of all charter public high schools across the country are graduating at least 85 percent of their students.
The National Alliance will recognize 10 leaders as Champions for Charter Schools.
Washington, D.C. A new national survey of parents with school-age children released today shows that 78 percent of parents support having a charter public school open in their neighborhood, with 73 percent in support of more charter schools opening nationwide.