The National Alliance was excited to bring to life the first-ever virtual conference along with a webinar series on virtual learning with past NCSC keynote speakers.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker and Former Governor Jeb Bush Headline Final Day of National Charter Schools Conference
Today marks the final day of the 2020 Virtual National Charter Schools Conference (NCSCvirtual). This year’s conference theme, “Remote Learning, Reopening and Reimagining Schools” captures the spirit of innovation within the charter school movement.
Day Two of the Virtual National Charter Schools Conference Spotlights the Black Lives Matter Movement
The Virtual National Charter Schools Conference Kicks Off with Featured Session on Reimagining Schools with Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University, and Beatriz Rendón, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives at Arizona State University
The Virtual National Charter Schools Conference (NCSCVirtual) begins today – the first of three days, July 16, July 23 and July 30, taking place entirely online.
Led by finance experts and charter school leaders, these sessions at NCSCvirtual—July 16, 23, and 30—will prepare you with the knowledge and strategies you need to recession-proof your school.
As part of our COVID-19 webinar series, Code.org Founder and CEO Hadi Partovi shared what schools need to consider as they plan to reopen their doors and reimagine education for the 21st century.
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.
Over the past 20 years, the charter school movement has changed and grown significantly - and so has NCSC20!
Charter School Leaders of Color at NCSC19: Amplifying Voices, Building Relationships, and Growing Our Movement
The first-ever pre-conference for school leaders of color at the National Charter Schools Conference provided engaging in-depth conversation that covered many of the topics charter school leaders of color have told us they want to know.
Can the charter school and private school choice advocates get along? That’s the question we set out to answer last week on a panel at the National Charter Schools Conference.