Bridges Public Charter School thanks first grade teacher Minetre Martin!
Brandi Womack, director of operations at Harlem Village Academies, thanks her colleague Teresa Woods for Teacher Appreciation Week!
The National Alliance's Kelsey Nelson sits down with Dove Academy charter school teacher and Michigan Teacher of the Year nominee Renee Wendt for Teacher Appreciation Week.
Students from Alaska Native Cultural Charter School in Anchorage thank their teacher, Ms. Riha, the 2019 Alaska Teacher of the Year for Teacher Appreciation Week.
National Alliance President and CEO Nina Rees responds to the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies' Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 spending bill.
Sapna Singh, a fifth grade teacher at Ingenuity Prep Public Charter Elementary School, recognizes her colleague Davian Morgan for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Emblaze Academy's founding director of operations thanks physical education teacher and dean of school culture Malcolm Wicks for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Late last month, Tennessee’s House and Senate passed HB 940 and SB 796, respectively, which have been signed into law by Governor Lee. These bills establish a nine-member independent Tennessee Public Charter School Commission with authorizing authority.
Today, Great Schools released their 2019 College Success Awards, recognizing more than 1,700 public schools in 25 states that excel in preparing students to attend and succeed in college. Of these winning schools, 153 are public charter schools.
New NEA Rankings of Charter School Laws Don’t Support the Creation of High-Quality Public Charter Schools for the Students that Need Them Most
Next week, the National Education Association (NEA) will release State Charter Statutes: NEA Report Cards. This new report grades each state’s charter school law in relation to the NEA’s 13 priorities for charter school statutes. Most of the NEA’s priorities however have very little to do with supporting the creation of high-quality public charter schools for the students that need them the most.