Renita Thukral and Robert Reed head the Alliance of Public Charter School Attorneys at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
National Math and Science Initiative CEO and 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees Headline Day Two of National Charter Schools Conference
Walton Family Foundation leader announces $100 Million in new grants to support diverse and innovative school models and leaders at second day of #NCSC18
DSST Public Schools (DSST) is the winner of the 2018 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools. The Broad Prize awards $250,000 to the large public charter school system that has demonstrated the best overall academic performance while closing achievement gaps and serving low-income students and students of color.
As the public charter school community gathers in Austin, Texas, attendees will hear from voices that are not often amplified – the voices of students and teachers.
Summer is upon us. While students are at camps, poolside, or working part time, most charter school leaders are already focused on the fall, planning for the school year and asking questions:
House Appropriations Committee released its draft fiscal year (FY) 2019 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (Labor-HHS) funding bill, which includes a $50 million increase for the Charter Schools Program (CSP).
The nation's premier charter school conference takes place in Austin, Texas, June 18-20.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools invites you to our 2018 National Charter Schools Conference (#NCSC18) – June 18-20 in Austin, TX – which will bring together over 4,700 educators, school leaders, state-level leaders, charter support organizations, charter management organizations, and advocates to engage around the vibrant public charter school movement in America.
Never let the thought of the ‘impossible’ deter you from reaching your goals.
Cala Cross has big plans for herself and for the future of Fort Worth. The recent high school graduate joined Uplift Mighty Preparatory in southeast Fort Worth, Texas, when she was in the seventh grade. “When I arrived at Uplift Mighty, I was regularly earning Cs on my report cards.