State politicians are using students as pawns. Here’s what we want state and federal politicians to know before public school students are put at risk.
A look at Geodes®, a brand new collection of books for young readers, from 2019 National Charter Schools Conference sponsor Great Minds.
The National Alliance’s Kelsey Nelson sits down to speak with board member Jeb Bush Jr. to celebrate and reflect on Hispanic Heritage Month and discuss educational gains in the charter school movement.
Caleea Kidder, dean of college programming at Hiawatha Academies in Minnesota, discusses her school's efforts around making sure students are ready to get to and through college by connecting them with their passions.
Senior Director of Research Nathan Barrett, Ph.D., introduces the National Alliance’s series of reports detailing how identity informs leadership, starting with a qualitative look on talent building.
Oceanside Collegiate Academy principal Brenda Lopez Corley reflects on immigrating to this country for the “American Dream” and today leading a public charter school in South Carolina as a leader of color.
Jenna Allen, a 2nd grade teacher at Liberty Common Elementary School, shares what makes her job so special as a charter school teacher.
In this edition of the Monthly News, National Alliance President & CEO Nina Rees outlines the National Alliance's efforts around National Voter Registration Day and provides the federal, state, and legal updates in the charter school landscape.
Christian Jones, a senior at Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, was selected by his school to fly to Washington, D.C. and present school founder and former NBA star Jalen Rose with the inaugural Trailblazer Award during the 2nd Annual Charter School Leadership Awards and Reception.
Twenty-three public charter schools were among 362 schools recognized as 2019 National Blue Ribbon Schools by the U.S. Department of Education for demonstrating overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps.