National Alliance for Public Charter Schools Annual Report Names Georgia the Highest Climber in Annual State Rankings
Miss America 2019 Nia Imani Franklin talked in-depth with Academica Media about her arts education advocacy, including her work with Success Academy Charter Schools.
Are charter schools for-profit entities? The National Alliance's Kat Sullivan takes a deeper look and debunks this common charter school myth.
Just in time for the kick off of spring legislative sessions and local charter application cycles, NACSA has released two new explainer videos on the importance of authorizing.
Education Fellow Marlon Greatrex shares his experience as a former community resource specialist and counselor at both district and charter schools by demystifying misconceptions about charter school students.
Public charter schools have been “Reimagining Education” since the first school opened more than 25 years ago. In support of this theme, the National Alliance's Patty Guidetti shares a few New Year’s resolutions for current and aspiring leaders in the charter school movement.
As we near the end of another successful year for the charter school movement, President & CEO Nina Rees takes a moment to thank you for supporting charter schools and recaps some 2018 highlights.
2018 was a big year for the public charter school sector. Let’s take a look back at the highlights on the state and legal front.
Our movement has made some major strides this year and so has the leading organization advocating for the millions of students attending or wanting to attend a public charter school. See the top 10 highlights from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools in 2018.
In an action packed year fueled by ever-growing support of public charter schools, a variety of high-profile individuals voiced their support to ensure students have access to a high-quality education.