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.
Charter schools have always enjoyed bipartisan support from elected officials from all levels of government. During National Charter Schools Week, we celebrate the champions of the charter school movement.
Middle school principal at Tulsa Honor Academy explains how the school puts scholars first—always.
Twenty-five years ago, KIPP was built on a promise: helping 47 fifth-graders from low-income families climb the mountain to and through college. But reaching this challenging goal proved to be more difficult than we originally thought.
Taken together, it is easy to say that, on average, charter schools are doing what they set out to do—improving educational opportunities for students.
The National Alliance's Nathan Barrett, Ph.D., explains why research designs for studies looking into charter school student outcomes look a little different than studies that look squarely at district school students or all public school students.
Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School, led by 2018 Charter School Hall of Famer Maquita Alexander, offers students equal learning in Mandarin and English. That could be enough to set the school apart, but they go above and beyond to develop a close-knit community both inside the school and in Washington D.C.
Meet the three individuals joining the Charter School Hall of Fame this year—Margaret Fortune, Joe Nathan, and Fernando Zulueta. National Alliance Chief External Relations and Strategy Office Peri Lynn Turnbull shares how these three trailblazers are changing lives.
Thousands of schools, teachers highlight achievements of 3.2 million charter school students in communities across the U.S.