Are you making plans to join us at the 2019 National Charter Schools Conference in Las Vegas? NCSC19 offers charter school leaders, educators, and advocates opportunities for continued learning, the national perspective on the movement, and new connections.
The National Alliance has challenged ourselves this year to reimagine the education that attendees get at the 2019 National Charter Schools Conference with new initiatives to enhance the conference experience and embrace the theme: “Reimagining Education.”
The theme of this year’s National Charter School Conference is “Reimagining Education” and in June our greater charter school family will gather from across the nation to hear how each of us are doing just this.
Public charter schools have been “Reimagining Education” since the first school opened more than 25 years ago. In support of this theme, the National Alliance's Patty Guidetti shares a few New Year’s resolutions for current and aspiring leaders in the charter school movement.
The nation's premier charter school conference brought together more than 4,700 educators, school leaders, state-level leaders, charter support organizations, charter management organizations, and advocates to Austin, Texas over the last three days.
As the public charter school community gathers in Austin, Texas, attendees will hear from voices that are not often amplified – the voices of students and teachers.
The nation's premier charter school conference takes place in Austin, Texas, June 18-20.
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools invites you to our 2018 National Charter Schools Conference (#NCSC18) – June 18-20 in Austin, TX – which will bring together over 4,700 educators, school leaders, state-level leaders, charter support organizations, charter management organizations, and advocates to engage around the vibrant public charter school movement in America.
The National Alliance hosts day two of the National Charter Schools Conference - themed Educate. Innovate. Engage.
Success Academy Charter Schools is the winner of the 2017 Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation and the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools announced today at the National Charter Schools Conference.