National Alliance Releases Report on How Charter Schools Serve Students During COVID-19 School Closures
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released a report conducted by Public Impact, Learning in Real Time: How Charters Schools Serve Students During COVID-19 closures, that compares how charter schools and district schools served students during COVID-19 closures.
The National Alliance research team took a look at the data surrounding the digital divide for students and how charter school students may be affected.
More than 1 in 5 charter school students are in an area with low access to the internet.
Learn more about how charter schools are helping students explore music, celebrating teachers and students, feeding the community, and providing free education open to all.
In this edition of uplifting stories, we see charter schools hosting a parent parade, providing food and supplies for others, an entire senior class gets accepted into college, and a school nurse returns to the ICU to help patients fight COVID-19.
Read how charter schools are stepping up by promoting mental health, finding creative ways to celebrate students, collaborating to help others, and much more.
In this edition of uplifting stories, charter school students help make face masks for medical centers, write letters to the elderly and tutor others around the globe.
Learn how charter schools are helping students adapt to online learning and reaching out to help senior citizens during the COVID-19 crisis.
In this edition of uplifting stories, we see charter schools assisting in efforts to protect healthcare workers, provide financial assistance for families, and stay connected during the crisis.
We're breaking down the four takeaways from Jaime Casap's webinar on working and teaching from home from our COVID-19 series featuring keynote speakers from the National Charter Schools Conference who are pioneers in digital learning.