Changing Course: Public School Enrollment Shifts During the Pandemic is an analysis of student enrollment trends in public schools during the pandemic (2019-20 to 2021-22 school years).
Student enrollment in public charter schools is on the rise as parents seek out school options for their children that better fit their needs during the pandemic. has increased, read more in the National Alliance's report, Voting With Their Feet.
Voting with Their Feet: A State-level Analysis of Public Charter School and District Public School Enrollment Trends
Voting with Their Feet: A State-level Analysis of Public Charter School and District Public School Enrollment Trends shows hundreds of thousands of families switched to charter schools during the first full school year of the pandemic.
Over the past ten years, enrollment in charter schools has increased by nearly 2 million students—and the number of school districts with a significant charter school presence continues to grow, too.
Over the past 12 years, public charter school enrollment has tripled in response to the growing demands for high-quality public school options.
A Growing Movement report shows that the charter school movement continues to expand to meet that demand and that, more importantly, charter schools are delivering results for students across the country.
In this report, the National Alliance collected public school enrollment data for the 2014-15 school year to identify communities across the country where the highest proportions of students were enrolled in charter public schools.
A Growing Movement: Americas Largest Charter School Communities, identifies communities with the highest enrollment share and largest number of students attending public charter schools, as well as communities where charter school enrollment growth is the strongest.
The latest data on public charter school enrollment demonstrate once again that public charter schools are the fastest-growing sector of public education in the United States. Over the past five years, student enrollment in public charter schools has grown by 80 percent.
For the past 20 years, the public charter school movement has been a leader in innovation and education reform.