Category: Authorizers

Charter School Authorizing: A Change In The Landscape

Charter School Authorizing: A Change In The Landscape Editor’s Note: This post was originally published here, by The 74, and written by Greg Richmond, the president and CEO of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers. In it, we learn about some trends showing that fewer new charter schools are being authorized under school districts. You’ll learn more about…

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Key Elements of Successful Charter School Authorizing

Elements of Successful Charter School Authorizing Editor’s note: This post on charter school authorizing was originally published on February 27, 2108, by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and written by Kevin Hesla, the Director of Research and Evaluation at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. In an earlier CHARTER EDtalk with Darlene Chambers Sr. Vice President…

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The Charter School Promise: Finding the Balance

Fulfilling the Charter School Promise: Accountability Matters; So Do Freedom, Fair Funding, and Strong Operators Editor’s note: This post was originally published here by The74 and written by Andrew Lewis, an education and political consultant and the former longtime executive vice president of the Georgia Charter Schools Association. Charter schools operate within a framework of flexibility for accountability. At…

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