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Uplifting Stories from the Charter Community XXII

This post is part of an ongoing series sharing the positive stories that have come out of the challenges our schools are facing. To see all of the posts in this series, click here. In a short amount of time, COVID-19 has changed the way we live. The term social distancing is a new norm—and families around the… Continue reading Uplifting Stories from the Charter Community XXII

New Report Shows Georgia Charter School Law Is Most Improved in the Nation

ATLANTA, GA — Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released its annual state-by-state ranking of public charter school laws, Measuring Up to the Model: A Ranking of State Public Charter School Laws, Tenth Edition. Georgia, which has more than 70,000 students attending charter schools across the state, made the biggest jump in this year’s rankings, moving… Continue reading New Report Shows Georgia Charter School Law Is Most Improved in the Nation

5 Public Charter Schools Making Waves for Their Take on the Vocational Model

Many students these days seek high-paying, meaningful, hands-on work without the burden of increasingly cumbersome student loan debt. Endless high-skilled job openings exist, and many Americans choose to jump straight into those jobs as an alternative to attending a university. This, however, requires job training, apprenticeships, and an intense focus on specialized skills. For students who… Continue reading 5 Public Charter Schools Making Waves for Their Take on the Vocational Model

Hispanic Heritage Month

The charter school movement is one of diversity and inclusion. As Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) begins, the National Alliance is proud to recognize the dedicated Hispanic educators, families, and students who strengthen public charter schools and the communities they serve. Charter schools’ autonomy allow many schools to provide unique services that meet the… Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Month

Dr. Emanuel Vincent, Furlow Charter School

Today, preparing students with the skills necessary to be competitive in a diverse global economy is starting as early as kindergarten. The Furlow Charter School in Americus, Georgia, led by Principal Dr. Emanuel Vincent, is among the new charter schools opening this year that will offer multi-disciplinary curriculum in all grades from kindergarten through 12th… Continue reading Dr. Emanuel Vincent, Furlow Charter School

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