Over the past ten years, enrollment in charter schools has increased by nearly 2 million students—and the number of school districts with a significant charter school presence continues to grow, too.
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.
In 2017-18, more than 7,000 charter schools enroll nearly 3.2 million students. National charter school enrollment increased by more than 150,000 students between fall 2016 and fall 2017—a five percent increase.
Annual Enrollment Share Report Finds Charter School Enrollment Has Tripled Since Report First Issued
Since our annual enrollment report's first release in 2006, national charter school enrollment has tripled.
Over the past 12 years, public charter school enrollment has tripled in response to the growing demands for high-quality public school options.
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.
Three in 10 students attend a charter public school in 17 mostly urban school districts across the country.
A Growing Movement report shows that the charter school movement continues to expand to meet that demand and that, more importantly, charter schools are delivering results for students across the country.
A Closer Look at the Charter School Movement: Schools, Students, and Management Organizations, 2015-2016
Enrollment in charter public schools has grown by 250,000 students in the 2015-16 school year, and more than 400 new charter public schools have opened their doors.
Enrollment in charter schools has grown by 250,000 students in the 2015-16 school year.