In this edition of celebrating charter grads, schools celebrated a fist-time virtual ceremony, participated in a graduation tour and surprised students door-to-door.
In this edition of Celebrating 2020 Grads, we learn more about the ways schools are being creative--including a surprise ceremony, a horse at graduation, and a drive-in movie theme celebration.
New Report Shows Charter Schools and their Students are Most Impacted by Digital Divide, Urges Lawmakers to Act
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released a new policy brief, “Charter School and Student Access to Devices and the Internet,” an analysis of schools and communities facing the greatest barriers in accessing remote learning opportunities.
From graduating on a racetrack to walking down the red carpet--charter schools are sending off their high school seniors in a way to remember despite the pandemic.
The National Alliance research team took a look at the data surrounding the digital divide for students and how charter school students may be affected.
In this edition of celebrating 2020 charter grads, we highlight a school holding their very first commencement ceremony, students receiving memorabilia, and a special farewell to athletes.
This is a time of great pain for our nation. Last week we watched in horror as a video was released showing George Floyd, an unarmed and nonviolent black man, being killed while in police custody. Then we watched as America erupted in anger and outrage.
From virtual graduations to receiving diplomas on jet skis, charter schools are finding creative ways to celebrate the class of 2020.
Recently, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed House Bill (HB) 2905, authored by Representative Sheila Dills, into law. The bill addresses some of the problems with full-time virtual charter school education in the state.
See the unique ways charter schools are celebrating their high school graduates, including virtual ceremonies, parades, yard signs, and hashtags.