Education Voters Are the Real Winners
Education played a significant role in the 2022 election cycle in America—and parents remain a key voting bloc. While control of the U.S. Congress hangs in the balance with a handful of races still too close to call, signs are clear that charter schools will emerge on stronger footing.
The Top 4 Reasons Parents are “Never Going Back” on Education
New Report Shows Parents More Engaged Than Ever in Education, and “Never Going Back”
Never Going Back: An Analysis of Parent Sentiment on Education
Is the “Education Voter” the New Swing Voter?
A recent national survey of more than 5,000 parents of school-aged children, conducted by The Harris Poll and commissioned by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, examined families’ educational choices and patterns, satisfaction with school options, and the li
Charter School Parents Lead Rally in Washington, D.C. to Fight for Public Charter Schools
Maine Families Push Against Anti-Charter School Legislation—and Win
The collective action of Maine's 10 public charter schools and their supporters led to a decisive win this week in the Pine Tree state with the defeat of bill LD604 that created a far-ranging threat to how charter schools would operate.
Black Charter School Parents Urge Others to Sign Parent Letter to NAACP, ChartersWork Website Launches to Support Parent Voice in National School Choice Conversation
WASHINGTON Charter school parents in New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, and Washington State are calling on parents across the country to sign onto a letter that gives them a voice in the national dialogue sur
National Alliance Commends Connecticut Students and Parents For Fighting for More Great Public Schools
Washington, D.C. The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools president and CEO Nina Rees today released the following statement in response to the filing of a federal lawsuit challenging Connecticut laws and policies that significantly inhibit students and parents from acces