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Elevating Our Voices: A Guidebook for School-level Teacher Advocacy

This new guidebook for teachers from the National Alliance in partnership with TNTP (formerly The New Teacher Project) outlines ways to effectively advocate for positive change at their schools. We listened to feedback from teachers and administrators from various backgrounds in all school types across the country. Through focus groups, interviews, and surveys, teachers shared some… Continue reading Elevating Our Voices: A Guidebook for School-level Teacher Advocacy

How to Engage with the Charter Schools Program Administration in Your State

This toolkit contains practical resources to introduce charter support organizations (CSOs) to the benefits and advantages that leading federal Charter Schools Program (CSP) activities can bring to their state. With a practical set of tools to assist CSOs with CSP engagement, this toolkit focuses on the CSP grants to state entities, which enables state agencies—including CSOs—to award CSP… Continue reading How to Engage with the Charter Schools Program Administration in Your State

Teacher Voice Toolkit: How Authentically Engaging Teachers Can Strengthen Your School

Teachers are the lifeblood of any successful school and schools that prioritize authentic teacher engagement tend to be stronger across the board. This toolkit will help school leaders to unlock the power of teacher voice. It provides a starting point for any school leader who wants to engage their teachers more authentically.

Culture is Key. But Where Do You Start?

While every charter school is unique, in many ways, charter schools strive for the same outcomes: Students who succeed in environments designed to help them thrive. Teachers who are empowered to practice their profession in innovative and effective ways. Schools that are safe, welcoming, and exciting places to learn each day. While these goals may… Continue reading Culture is Key. But Where Do You Start?

School Culture Toolkit: Practical Resources for School and Network Leaders

Culture is a key ingredient in any school’s success. A strong culture helps schools hire, develop, and retain more great teachers; avoid challenges with staff morale; and inspire students to reach greater heights. But we’ve found many charter schools are unsure where to begin in understanding or improving their culture. This toolkit contains practical resources to help… Continue reading School Culture Toolkit: Practical Resources for School and Network Leaders

Hosting A Successful Legislative School Visit: A “How-To” Toolkit

Building long-term relationships with your elected officials can be a game changer for your school and the charter school community. Elected officials hear and read data all the time, but a school visit can leave a lasting impression. This toolkit offers guidance on planning a visit and includes sample materials. While the information that follows… Continue reading Hosting A Successful Legislative School Visit: A “How-To” Toolkit

Serving English Language Learners: A Toolkit for Public Charter Schools

The growth of public charter schools has coincided with the rapid growth of English Language Learner (ELL) students. While the total public school population increased by three percent from the 2000-01 to 2009-10 school years, the number of ELL students increased by 27 percent. Demographic projections indicate ELL students will be an even larger percentage… Continue reading Serving English Language Learners: A Toolkit for Public Charter Schools

State Facility Survey Blueprint: Lessons from Four States

Promoting equality in funding and facilities is contingent upon valid and reliable evidence of what and where the shortfalls are. So far, four states have undertaken a comprehensive state facilities survey.This powerpoint describes the experiences of and lessons from Colorado, Georgia, Indiana and Texas charter association executives.

Charting a Clear Course

Of all the decisions made by boards of public charter schools, few are more important than deciding whether to contract for school management services. Choosing well requires balancing multiple considerations of finance, accountability, personnel, and public relations. Since the achievement and well-being of children hang in the balance, a helping hand is clearly needed. That’s… Continue reading Charting a Clear Course

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