The Charter Schools Program (CSP) is the nation’s only source of dedicated federal funding for the creation of public charter schools.
More than 1 in 5 charter school students are in an area with low access to the internet.
Identifying and understanding these effects of stay-at-home directives and possible ways to mitigate their impact is important as schools look ahead to the budget for next year and the years that follow.
The National Alliance accomplished a great deal for the charter school movement this past year, in spite of the tumultuous political landscape.
This toolkit is a starting point for any school leader who wants to engage their teachers more authentically.
The eleventh edition of the rankings report evaluates how well each state aligns its law to the model charter school law developed by the National Alliance to help states create legislation that supports the growth of high-quality charter schools.
No exact definition of what constitutes a “school” exists. This lack of standardization can be problematic when accounting for schools in data systems and maintaining consistent data across time because federal and state educational agencies use different definitions for schools.
Read our 2019 state legislative session highlights for a summary of the notable gains charter schools advocates made this year and the threats faced in hostile climates.
This third and final report in partnership with Public Impact profiles two charter school leaders who have found the value of building a strong school culture.
This toolkit was developed in partnership with SchoolHouse Connection and is intended as a charter school-focused resource that explains the basic legal requirements of the McKinney-Vento Act, while highlighting a few examples of best practices from the charter school community.
This report highlights three charter school leaders of color and shares their approaches to engaging the families of their school communities.
The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics creates unique identification numbers (NCES IDs) for every school in order to provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive account of schools in the nation.