There is nothing more compelling than hearing the stories of students and families whose lives have been changed by the passionate dedication of public school teachers and leaders.
There are a lot of myths surrounding Sen. Booker and charter schools during his time as an elected official in Newark but, as someone who worked with him, it was no surprise to the National Alliance's Ron Rice that he published a supportive op-ed in the New York Times.
Educators across America celebrated the exciting opportunities made possible by science, technology, engineering, and math studies. One charter school network that’s leading the charge: Harmony Public Schools.
New Report Highlights Innovative Ways Charter School Leaders of Color Engage Families to Support Students
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools in partnership with Public Impact released “Identity and Charter School Leadership: Profiles of Leaders of Color Engaging Families,” addressing how the experiences of three leaders of color influence how they interact with and invite families to participate in their children’s schools.
A look at the Eureka Math® program from 2019 National Charter Schools Conference sponsor Great Minds®.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools is pleased to announce that George Parker, a distinguished educator and expert on teaching and school governance, has joined the National Alliance as a senior advisor with a focus on school support.
In this edition of the Monthly News, National Alliance President & CEO Nina Rees highlights the National Alliance's response to Sen. Warren's education plan and provides the federal, state, and legal updates in the charter school landscape.
This week, the U.S. Department of Education released the latest results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress—NAEP, commonly referred to as the Nation’s Report Card—and the related Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA), which bores in on performance in certain cities.
Good nutrition is essential to learning. Students who come to school hungry or go hungry during the school day cannot reach their educational potential.
An explanation of the Next Generation Science Standards, based on The Framework for K–12 Education, from 2019 National Charter Schools Conference sponsor Great Minds.