A broad coalition of education organizations and non-profits has come out in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Comprehensive New Study Finds Ohio Charter Schools Struggle to Provide Adequate Facilities In the Face of Insufficient Capital Resources
A new survey of Ohio brick-and-mortar charter schools has found that charter schools face challenges in securing adequate facilities.
The National Alliance Board of Directors has unanimously confirmed lifelong education and civil rights advocate Cheryl Brown Henderson as its newest member.
Charter School and Special Education Leaders File Brief Urging Supreme Court to Protect Students with Disabilities, Ensure Their Right to Achieve at High Levels
A foundational principle of the charter school movement is that all children should have access to a high-quality education that equips them to be successful inside and outside of the classroom.
Three in 10 students attend a charter public school in 17 mostly urban school districts across the country.
Cheryl Brown Henderson, Daughter of Brown v. Board Plaintiff, Addresses State of Public Education for Black Students
Students, educators, and activists joined Cheryl Brown Henderson for an in-depth look at how public education is serving Black students.
Cheryl Brown Henderson, Daughter of Brown v. Board Plaintiff, Joins Kansas City Community Leaders, Educators, and Students for Panel About Educational Options in the Black Community
Drawing on what we've learned from history, how can we ensure that strong public options remain available to Black students, and how can we move forward, together?
The NAACP Board of Directors ratified a call for a moratorium on charter schools at the organizations fall meeting today, despite calls from Black leaders.
California Legislative Black Caucus Calls on NAACP to Reject Resolution Calling for Moratorium on Charter Public Schools
Twelve members of the California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) calls on the NAACP to stand with Black families.
Civil Rights Leaders and Black Families Speak Out as NAACP Anti-Charter Vote Sparks National Conversation
The NAACP's decision to call for a national moratorium on charter schools has opened a much-needed dialogue among education and civil rights leaders, parents, and community leaders.