With gratitude to the hard-working and dedicated education journalists and opinion writers, every December we share a run-down of the most impactful stories that defined the public charter school sector.
If there’s one thing we should take away from 2022, it is the power of parents. Here are five ways parents showed up on education and charter schools in 2022.
2022 was another consequential year of state-level legislative activity for charter schools.
We’ve provided updates on how important legislation could affect charter schools, celebrated the outstanding schools and states in our sector, broke down new research, and provided facts about charter schools.
In our 2022 analysis, “Changing Course: Public School Enrollment Shifts During the Pandemic,” the National Alliance examined enrollment data and population shifts during the 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22 school years. Here are our top three takeaways.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released Changing Course: Public School Enrollment Shifts During the Pandemic, a new data analysis that examines enrollment trends during the last three school years (2019 – 2022).
Education played a significant role in the 2022 election cycle in America—and parents remain a key voting bloc. While control of the U.S. Congress hangs in the balance with a handful of races still too close to call, signs are clear that charter schools will emerge on stronger footing.
As with past elections, the outcomes on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, will have a major impact on charter school legislation in state capitols across the country.
New Mexico International School Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Balloons, Bops, and Biographies
This month, we celebrate Hispanic culture and the contributions of Hispanics and Latinos to education.
We sat down with Victor Hernandez Barajas, a math specialist at Alma del Mar in Massachusetts, to learn about his story and why he is committed to helping kids just like him.