This cohort of black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American charter school leaders who run high-quality public schools are in Washington to share best practices and showcase the secret to their success.
New Report Highlights How Charter School Leaders of Color Build Strong School Culture to Drive Student Success
This latest report supports the idea that an optimal school environment and culture do not just appear on their own.
This third and final report in partnership with Public Impact profiles two charter school leaders who have found the value of building a strong school culture.
This report highlights three charter school leaders of color and shares their approaches to engaging the families of their school communities.
Senior Director of Research Nathan Barrett, Ph.D., introduces the National Alliance’s series of reports detailing how identity informs leadership, starting with a qualitative look on talent building.
Oceanside Collegiate Academy principal Brenda Lopez Corley reflects on immigrating to this country for the “American Dream” and today leading a public charter school in South Carolina as a leader of color.
The National Alliance’s Kelsey Nelson sits down with Dominique Lee, founder and Chief Executive Officer of BRICK Education Network and the first and only African American to lead a charter management organization in New Jersey.
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.