My name is Adamaris Michel and I graduated from Mission, Achievement and Success Charter School (MAS) in Albuquerque, N.M. in 2018. I was one of 52 graduates in the first graduating class at MAS.
DSST Public Schools, the winner of the 2018 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools, has a great deal to be proud of from the Class of 2018.
National Alliance President and CEO Nina Rees recaps June, including NCSC18, in her monthly update.
Graduation was the final page in the first chapter of my life, and now with it behind me, I will move on to college.
The Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Subcommittee approved a FY19 spending bill that was approved by the full committee on Thursday. This bill includes $445M in funding for the Charter Schools Program (CSP), an increase of $45M over FY18 but just short of the $450M the House Labor-HHS bill recommended.
My name is Rénesia Mills and I was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colo. Most of my life, I watched my single mother work two jobs to ensure that I had everything I needed.
Graduation is a time of nostalgia. You look back on your years in high school, thinking of the friends and classes that got you to this point.
"Your comfort zone will kill you." Not only did this quote push me to implement changes into my everyday life, it also laid in the depths of my memory, resurfacing to be the ego of my personality.
Today, I look back at how far my daughter Cara-Star Tyner has come. She graduated from elementary school this month and wow, she sure has done an amazing job. Starting in second grade, after transferring from a district school in Brooklyn, N.Y., we had no idea what to expect.
When I was eight, not knowing a single word of English, I immigrated to the United States from South Korea. In elementary school, I was always by myself because I couldn’t speak the language.