The National Alliance in partnership with Public Impact released the first in a series of three reports profiling charter school leaders of color to show some of the ways their experiences and perspectives shape how they lead schools with excellence.
This report highlights three charter school leaders of color and shares their approaches to hiring and developing staff to ensure their schools are positioned to support student achievement.
Eight Congressional Black Caucus Members and Charter School Leaders to be Honored at Second Annual Congressional Black Caucus Charter School Leadership Awards and Reception
Join the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) for a reception honoring Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) members, and African American charter school leaders for their outstanding accomplishments spearheading the movement to provide students and families with high-quality public-school opportunities.
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.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (National Alliance) released the below open letter, signed by 244 leaders of color, imploring Senator Bernie Sanders to withdraw his call for a moratorium on public charter schools.
LaKendra Butler, founder and executive director of STRIVE Collegiate Academy, describes how charter schools are a movement.
Manager of Campaigns & Publications Kelsey Nelson sits down with Robert Spencer, vice president of schools at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, to talk about his experience and role as a charter school leader of color.
Latoye A. Brown, CEO of Audubon Schools and a participant in the School Leaders of Color convening, discusses serving as an educational leader in the post-Katrina landscape and shares her experience.
The President of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc., describes her hope for all students to have their best opportunity to learn—no matter how the school is classified.
Join the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools for a reception honoring African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American leaders who head high-performing, high-quality charter schools.