The U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics creates unique identification numbers (NCES IDs) for every school in order to provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive account of schools in the nation.
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.
The National Alliance accomplished a great deal for the movement in 2018, including securing a record $440 million in funding for the federal Charter Schools Program, helping Mississippi and Alabama launch new high-quality charter schools, and winning precedent-setting legal battles in Washington
The tenth edition of the Rankings Report evaluates how well each state aligns its law to the model public charter school law developed by the National Alliance to help states create legislation that supports the growth of high-quality charter schools.
This report provides an overview of how unified enrollment systems have been designed and implemented in six cities with a review of the available outcome-related research.
This brief provides updated statistics on the management structure for every charter school in the country while also providing additional analyses along a number of key dimensions.
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 paper examines what can be done at the federal level to provide additional resources to charter schools to access school buildings, and to create incentives for states to address inequities in the allocation and funding of buildings.
Each year, we rank states on how their charter school laws align to our model law.
Over the past 12 years, public charter school enrollment has tripled in response to the growing demands for high-quality public school options.