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Guest Blog: Study Shows Indianapolis Charter Success at Key Moment in Movement’s History

Indianapolis charter school performance will be carefully scrutinized in the upcoming battle for scarce dollars for education funding when Indiana begins to draft its two-year budget in January.

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Issues a Statement on the Selection of Round Two Race to the Top Winners

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools today released the following statement from its President and CEO, Peter Groff, on the states selected for funding by the U.S. Department of Education in the second round of the Race to the Top competition:

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Applauds President Obamas Support of High-Quality Charter Schools

For Immediate Release: Contact: Deborah V. Robinson, 202-521-2828 Sarah Johnson, 202-521-2826 

White House message renews commitment to education reform under Race to the Top

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Finds Eight Race to the Top Finalists Supportive of Charter Schools

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Deborah Veney Robinson, 202.521.2828 Sarah Johnson 202.521.2826 Based on Annual Ranking of the Countrys 10 Strongest State Charter School Laws

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Issues a Statement on Senate Action to Eliminate Proposed Cuts to Education Funding

For Immediate Release: Contact: Deborah Veney Robinson, 202.904.1719 Sarah Johnson, 202.210.6527

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Announces New Slate of Officers on Board of Directors

For Immediate Release:

Contact: Deborah Veney Robinson, 202.521.2828 Sarah Johnson, 202.521.2826 Mashea Ashton, CEO, Newark Charter School Fund, Elected Chairperson