Education played a significant role in the 2022 election cycle in America—and parents remain a key voting bloc. While control of the U.S. Congress hangs in the balance with a handful of races still too close to call, signs are clear that charter schools will emerge on stronger footing.
In more than 75 meetings with congressional lawmakers, 41 public charter school leaders of color delivered a message of equity, innovation, and hope in public education.
As we emerge from a challenging year for schools and students, it's particularly disappointing to see the new education funding bill take aim at charter schools.
As we emerge from a pandemic that has left millions of students struggling, President Biden's first presidential budget reveals a commitment to educational equity.
We thank Congress for producing a relief package to bring desperately needed aid to Americans and we are pleased to see funding for the Charter Schools Program was sustained.
Sen. Richard Shelby, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, released the text of the FY 2020 Labor HHS appropriations bill, which includes $460 million—a $20 million increase over this year’s funding levels— for the federal Charter Schools Program.
Join the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools for a reception honoring African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American leaders who head high-performing, high-quality charter schools.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools kicks off its fourth annual School Leaders of Color (SLOC) Capitol Hill Action Initiative.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools President and CEO Nina Rees released a statement on the results of the 2018 midterm elections.
Nina Rees released the following statement on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.