Democrats on the New Hampshire Joint Legislative Fiscal Committee voted to reject $46 million in new federal funding for public school students in the Granite State.
This year was an important one for the public charter school movement. We focus on the top 10 national highlights in 2019.
Network for Public Education Releases Biased Publication that Takes Reckless Swipes at our Nation's Neediest Students
The CSP, like every federal program, should be subject to careful oversight and thoughtful review—in order to safeguard taxpayer investments and the education of students. Unfortunately, the NPE ‘report’ is neither thoughtful nor careful.
The impacts of the 2018 elections were felt in the 2019 state legislative sessions across the country. While charter school advocates saw some legislative victories, we are facing many strong headwinds in state legislative battles.
New Report Highlights How Charter School Leaders of Color Build Strong School Culture to Drive Student Success
This latest report supports the idea that an optimal school environment and culture do not just appear on their own.
Manager of Data and Research Adam Gerstenfeld provides a few takeaways related to charter schools and parents from EdChoice's seventh annual report on public opinion of schooling.
As always, the National Alliance has been committed all year to share the unique stories and experiences of our schools on The Charter Blog. Here are our top 10 most-read blog posts for 2019!
2019 National Charter Schools Conference sponsor Great Minds® explains how PhD Science™ can lead to deep conceptual understanding for students.
As we approach Thanksgiving, the National Alliance is grateful for charter school allies from every party and every background.
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.