Restarting struggling schools as charter schools is an important turnaround strategy, as well as a means of replication for high-quality charter school networks across the country.
The enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA), the first rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) in nearly 14 years, was a major accomplishment for Congress and the Obama Administration.
We all know the neighborhoods in our hometown – those that everyone wants to live in and those where your grandmother calls and checks on your safety. Unfortunately, neighborhoods are often symbols of income segregation.
We’re still beaming from another successful National Charter Schools Week!
Success Academy in New York and IDEA Public Schools and YES Prep Public Schools in Texas have been named the finalists for the 2016 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools.
New Report Finds Nearly Half of Charter High Schools Have Excellent Graduation Rates; A Subset Underperforms
Nearly half of all charter public high schools across the country are graduating at least 85 percent of their students.
Many people might assume that charter schools are not beneficial for students due to small enrollments and other limitations.
We had a great time celebrating our nation’s charter public schools this week.
One clear finding from our parent survey is that the idea of allowing parents to choose which public school their child should attend, rather than assigning stu
National Alliance Commends President Obama and the U.S. Senate for Honoring National Charter Schools Week
The National Alliance released the following statement in response to the White House proclamation and U.S. Senate resolution honoring National Charter Schools Week.