The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released Changing Course: Public School Enrollment Shifts During the Pandemic, a new data analysis that examines enrollment trends during the last three school years (2019 – 2022).
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Based on the data, charter schools have served at least 12.3 million students since they opened in 1992. Here’s what we found.
This new study combines charter school and district school enrollment data with student reading and math achievement at the metropolitan level.
Once again, we see that the charter school model offers school leaders and teachers the ability to pivot quickly when challenges arise, so it’s no surprise that families are looking to charter schools at record-high rates.
A recent report from the University of Arkansas paints a grim picture of inequality for charter schools in urban areas, where charter schools tend to serve the greatest number of students.
How to navigate the Charter School Data Dashboard, the first comprehensive online platform analyzing charter school development over time.
This white paper focuses on charter school campuses and explains why these records are found in datasets from the National Alliance as well as when it might be more helpful to exclude these records from analyses.
The National Alliance research team took a look at the data surrounding the digital divide for students and how charter school students may be affected.
More than 1 in 5 charter school students are in an area with low access to the internet.
The American Federation for Children’s annual education survey finds that 58 percent of all voters and 56 percent of Democratic primary voters are less likely to support a candidate who wants to eliminate federal funding for charter schools.