See how charter schools come through on educational equity and help students and parents during difficult times.
Late last night, the U.S. Senate passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, legislation that takes important steps to safeguard the learning of all students whose education has been disrupted by COVID-19.
In this edition of uplifting stories, we learn how charter schools organized grocery pick-up for families and how teachers managed to ease students' fears about changes due to the pandemic.
In this edition of uplifting stories, we highlight charter schools providing childcare for first responders, emotional support to students and internet access to continue learning online.
In a short amount of time, COVID-19 has changed the way we live. But despite the problems Americans are facing, there are many examples that show how educators are going the extra mile.
IDEA Public Schools: Fastest-Growing Charter Network Celebrates 20 Years of Impact for Students, Families, Staff and Communities
IDEA Public Schools celebrates 20 years since its first charter was approved! Learn more about how IDEA got started.
Today, Secretary DeVos will testify before the House Appropriations Labor-HHS-Education Subcommittee in a hearing on President Trump’s Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Proposal.
This cohort of black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American charter school leaders who run high-quality public schools are in Washington to share best practices and showcase the secret to their success.
President Trump has consistently said that school choice is a priority for his administration, but this budget, if enacted, would leave families in need with fewer school options.
The American Federation for Children’s annual education survey finds that 58 percent of all voters and 56 percent of Democratic primary voters are less likely to support a candidate who wants to eliminate federal funding for charter schools.