Yesterday, U.S. Secretary of Education Dr. Miguel Cardona announced the 57th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 161 high school seniors for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education fields.
The National Charter Schools Week 2021: 30 Year Strong celebration for the 30th anniversary of the first charter school law took place May 9-15, 2021.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Announces Honorees for the 30 Under 30 Changemakers Awards
As part of National Charter Schools Week 2021: 30 Years Strong, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) honors 30 exceptional young leaders who are connected in some way to charter schools and are using their ideas, talents, and platforms to advance educational and economic opportunity and promote equality and social justice.
On Monday, May 10, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) kicks off National Charter Schools Week (NSCW) recognizing more than 200,000 teachers, 3.3 million students, and 7,500 public charter schools across the nation.
Through effective advocacy, Wyoming families and educators will soon have access to more quality public schooling opportunities.
Education must be a top priority to fulfill this promise as our leaders in federal, state, and local governments make important decisions that affect our students’ futures.
This year, the Department selected 27 honorees as 2021 Green Ribbon Schools, including five charter schools.
We caught up with Dr. Jill Gaitens, executive director of LEARN D.C., to gain insight into the mission and future of the school, which is authorized to give a 50% priority to military-connected children in the nation's capital.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Issues Statement on the Passage of a Stronger Charter School Law in Wyoming
The National Alliance congratulates Wyoming on the significant improvements made to its public charter school law with the passage of SEA 74.
Charter schools only make up 10% of all public schools included in the ranking, but they make up 24% of the top 100 best high schools.