Culture is a key ingredient in any school’s success. This toolkit contains practical resources to help school and network leaders build stronger cultures at their schools so they become places where the best teachers want to build long, rewarding careers.
The National Alliance filed a public comment in support of a proposed regulation by the National Labor Relations Board because it would provide better protection for CMOs and EMOs.
Amicus Brief with the Supreme Court of Mississippi in Support of Charter School Students’ Right to Access State and Local Education Funding
The National Alliance submitted an amicus brief to the Mississippi State Supreme Court in support of appellees in case regarding public charter school students’ right to access state and local education funding.
Building long-term relationships with your elected officials can be a game changer for your school and the charter school community. This toolkit offers guidance on planning a visit and includes sample materials.
The National Alliance is proud of what we accomplished on behalf of students in 2017, and we hope you are invigorated to help us reach even greater milestones in 2018 and the years to come.
This report looks at trends in unionized charter schools across the country.
The National Alliance is honored to help lead this movement into the next quarter century and we thank you for supporting our work and the charter school movement.
This brief ensures that state charter school leaders and operators have key facts about ESSA and proposed regulations that will affect the implementation of requirements that specifically apply to English learners.
In just the last decade, charter school enrollment has nearly tripled from 1.2 million students in 2006-07 to 3.1 million this year.
Amicus Brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Support of the Petitioner in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District
The National Alliance and the National Center for Special Education in Charter Schools filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the Petitioner in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District.