If we don't participate, we don't count. Keri Rodrigues, founder and mom-in-chief at the Massachusetts Parents United and recently founded National Parents Union, shares what she's learned on the front lines of parent advocacy and the importance of voting for National Voter Registration Day.
The National Alliance's Vice President of Policy and Planning Christy Wolfe outlines the final guidance of the "Supplement, not Supplant" requirement and how it could affect your charter school.
Public Charter Schools, Families, and the New Jersey Charter School Association Intervene In School Desegregation Lawsuit
Today, a group of New Jersey public charter school parents, schools, and the state charter school association filed a motion to intervene in Latino Action Network v. State of New Jersey, a lawsuit filed in May 2018.
Sen. Richard Shelby, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, released the text of the FY 2020 Labor HHS appropriations bill, which includes $460 million—a $20 million increase over this year’s funding levels— for the federal Charter Schools Program.
Nevada State High School’s Education Advising Coordinator Michele Williams discusses the school’s unique college-ready program to prepare students for the future.
The National Alliance in partnership with Public Impact released the first in a series of three reports profiling charter school leaders of color to show some of the ways their experiences and perspectives shape how they lead schools with excellence.
National Alliance to Award Second Annual Charter School Leadership Awards to Congressional Black Caucus Members and Charter School Leaders
On Wednesday, September 11, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools will honor eight African American leaders for raising the bar of excellence in public education and advancing student access to high-quality charter schools.
Yesterday the Mississippi Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of the state’s charter school funding structure, confirming that charter school students should receive the same state and local education funding as traditional district school students.
In her reply, Rees speaks to the historical injustices imposed on students of color and students from low-income families that charter schools in part seek to address.
Nina Rees to be featured on Education Next Panel Discussing 2019 Education Next Annual Public Opinion Poll Results
On Friday, September 13, Education Next will host a gathering to discuss their 13th annual survey of American public opinion on education policy in depth.