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.
Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools kicks off its fourth annual School Leaders of Color (SLOC) Capitol Hill Action Initiative.
For the fourth year in a row, leaders of color from charter schools across the nation will descend upon Washington, D.C., to challenge inaccuracies and untruths before the nation’s federal representatives.
Media Advisory: Black and Latino Leaders of High-Performing Charter Schools to Join Capitol Hill Briefing on Boosting Achievement in Underserved Communities
The National Alliance and Black Alliance for Educational Options will co-host a Capitol Hill briefing, "Charting a New Path Forward: The Rise of Black and Latino-Led Charter Schools."