Barbara Ferreira, a graduating senior at City on a Hill Charter School has made her way from Brazil, to Boston, and will be making her next stop at Northeastern University on a full scholarship. How did this journey begin?
School Year on the Brink: Lessons Learned from a Successful Campaign That Saved Washington State’s Charter School Sector
Washington State’s Supreme Court ruling on charter schools in September 2015 thrust charter schools across the state – and the families of students attending them – into crisis.
“I plan on majoring in environmental policy and one day working in veterinary medicine and public health,” says Somerset Academy Chapel Trail senior Anthony O’Neil.
I have been attending the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women (BLSYW) for seven years.
New Report Recommends Reforms to Address Significant Underperformance by Full-Time Virtual Charter Public Schools
WASHINGTON, D.C. The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the 50-State Campaign for Achievement Now (50CAN) and the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) today released a report providing specific policy recommendations to help states better hold ful
High school is notoriously known as a time of identity crisis. Many students feel tossed by the tumultuous winds of uncertainty. From choosing classes to choosing a college, it can be difficult to make decisions that shape one’s high school experience and beyond.
In fifth grade I handed my mom an application for a newcharter school in the middle of Harlem. I spent a long time explaining the lottery process and she agreed to submit the application.
Are you ready for Nashville?
My journey to graduate from high school was far from traditional. It had its curves, bumps, and road blocks, but they all led me to walking across the stage- and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Khadidja Diouf, a graduating senior at Dayton Early College Academy (DECA), has a 3.37 GPA and will enroll in West Virginia University this fall, fulfilling the school’s mantra, “We’re going to college." Khadidja—the first in her family