Upon graduation from college this year, I look at where I am now and where I want to be. Columbia University has had a remarkable impact on my outlook in so many ways—introducing me to cultures, religions, philosophies, science, broadening the scope of my knowledge and understanding.
When people think about high school, they imagine it as a place filled with friendship and laughter, like in the popular Disney musical, High School Musical. In reality high school is much more than that. In my experience, high school has been a very interesting chapter.
IDEA Public Schools Named Top Public Charter School System in America as Winner of 2016 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools
NASHVILLE, Tenn. IDEA Public Schools is the winner of the 2016Broad Prize for Public Charter Scho
National Alliance Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Charter Schools in Nashville with Call to Action to Meet National Demand
NASHVILLE, Tenn. As charter public school leaders from around the country gather to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the movement at the annual National Charter School Conference, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools today announced the ambitious goal of enrolling a
High school has been a very interesting experience for me. It has definitely had its highs and lows and many confusing experiences in between. Overall, I feel like I have been equipped not only for college, but also life as a whole.
As he graduates from Achievement First Hartford High School, Jahkai has a lot to be proud of. He’s heading to the University of Tennessee Martin on a football sc
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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?
“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.
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.