Graduating senior Jacque’Lynn Walker thanks IDEA Montopolis for everything they have done for her as she prepares for college at the University of Texas.
Can the charter school and private school choice advocates get along? That’s the question we set out to answer last week on a panel at the National Charter Schools Conference.
Imagine a school where students enjoy learning, where they come to thrive and learn at their own pace.
In just the first week of the Charters Work campaign, more than 5,000 parents, families, teachers, school and community leaders across all 50 states added their names to the petition insisting 2020 presidential candidates end their attacks on charter schools.
Adrian Campos, a recent graduate of PUC Lakeview Charter High School is a first-generation college student who shares his story of his passion for education.
The nation's premiere public charter schools conference has brought more than 5,000 educators, school leaders, policymakers, charter support organizations and advocates to Las Vegas, NV over the last three days.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) released the below open letter, signed by 244 leaders of color, imploring Senator Bernie Sanders to withdraw his call for a moratorium on public charter schools.
Day Two of the National Charter Schools Conference: More than 5,000 Educators, Charter School Leaders and Influencers Gather for a Rally in Las Vegas
Today more than 5,000 charter school leaders, educators, and policymakers will gather during the 2019 National Charter Schools Conference (#NCSC19) for an all-conference rally to push back against bureaucratic interests and fight for all students to have the opportunity to attend a high-quality public school.
National Alliance Kicks Off #NCSC19 with Distinguished Speaker Sal Khan of Khan Academy and a Hall of Fame Induction
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) is proud to host the nation’s annual premier charter schools gathering — the National Charter Schools Conference.
Today, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice signed House Bill 206 into law. In theory, the bill will allow public charter schools in the state. Unfortunately, because of political pressure from special interest groups, the bill was written to actually discourage the creation of high-quality public charter schools.