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National Alliance for Public Charter Schools’ Statement on the 2019 NAEP TUDA Results

This week, the U.S. Department of Education released the latest results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress—NAEP, commonly referred to as the Nation’s Report Card—and the related Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA), which bores in on performance in certain cities.

More than 5,000 Call on 2020 Presidential Candidates to End Attacks on Charter Schools

In just the first week of the Charters Work campaign, more than 5,000 parents, families, teachers, school and community leaders across all 50 states added their names to the petition insisting 2020 presidential candidates end their attacks on charter schools.

Texas Public Charter School Students Display Significant Academic Gains

Charter school students in Texas experience stronger annual growth in reading and similar growth in math compared to the educational gains of their matched peers who enroll in the district schools the charter school students would otherwise have attended.

National Alliance Commends Ohio State Auditor David Yosts Full-Time Virtual Charter School Learning Based Funding Proposal

Washington, D.C. The National Alliance for Public Charter Schoolspresident and CEO Nina Rees released the following statement today in response to Ohio State Auditor David Yosts proposal to fund the states full-time virtual charter schools based upon performance: