The start of a new Congress presents a fresh opportunity to unite and use our influence to help more families gain access to a school that fits their children’s needs. Research indicates parents want a high-quality education for their children.
"For the fourth year in a row, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations has proposed a funding cut to the Charter Schools Program, the nation’s only source of dedicated federal funding for the creation of high-quality and in-demand public charter schools."
Nearly 1,000 charter school parents from around the country united in Washington, D.C. to fight for public charter schools.
Statement from Nina Rees, President and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, on the House passage of the fiscal year 2022 Omnibus Appropriations Bill.
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.
President Joe Biden released his proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 blueprint budget, signifying a bold commitment to America’s students and schools in 2022 and beyond.
Education must be a top priority to fulfill this promise as our leaders in federal, state, and local governments make important decisions that affect our students’ futures.
The National Alliance summarizes budget priorities and policy recommendation for a new administration to strengthen all public schools.
President Trump's FY2019 budget proposal is a step in the right direction, but we urge Congress to prioritize new financing tools tailored to the needs of charter schools.
President Trump unveiled his FY2018 budget, which includes a $168 million increase for charter schools.