The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools celebrates all teachers honored with the 2022 Teacher of the Year Award from the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO).
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools is proud to honor Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio with a 2022 Champion for Charter Schools Award, recognizing his commitment as a state leader to seeing charter schools thrive and expand in Ohio.
The U.S. News & World Report released their 2022 ranking of best public high schools and—once again—charter schools shine. This year, charter schools account for 12% of all public high schools on the list, but they make up 22% of the top 100 public high schools.
Advocate Spotlight: Moctesuma Esparza Discusses His Lifelong Commitment to Equality and Why Charter Schools Are Part of the Solution
Esparza began his fight for social justice nearly 55 years ago, demanding equal education for all and since then, his commitment to creating change in public education has only grown.
National Alliance Calls Out U.S. Dept. of Education for Harmful, Unnecessary Rules to Successful Charter Schools Program
The National Alliance submitted an official comment letter to U.S. Department of Education on the proposed rules for the Charter Schools Program.
The National Alliance celebrates the Kentucky Legislature’s override of Governor Andy Beshear’s veto of HB 9, a landmark bill that makes major improvements to the state’s charter school law by most notably providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
Here are some of the worst of the proposed new rules for charter schools from the U.S. Department of Education.
“The Idaho Legislature adjourned March 31 yielding mixed results for charter schools in one of the nation's fastest growing states,” says Blake Youde, Executive Director of the Idaho Charter School Network.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools’ Statement Regarding Kentucky Governor Beshear’s Ill-Conceived Veto of HB 9
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear unwisely vetoed HB 9, a landmark bill that would have made major improvements to the state’s charter school law, most notably by providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.
The Kentucky General Assembly passed HB 9, a bill that makes major improvements to the state’s charter school law, most notably by providing a permanent funding mechanism for charter schools.