Happy National School Choice Week!
We are nearing the end of National School Choice Week (NSCW). Former Washington, D.C., mayor Anthony Williams celebrated with. But he could not avoid a difficult truth: “Despite this good news, we remain a long way from ensuring that all students receive a high-quality public education.” It is a truth which keeps us all working hard every day.
Why we work
Closer to home, the Plain Dealer published a letter to the editor from ain her daughter’s life.
The view from the top
In a similar vein, the leader of Ohio Connections Academy had an op-ed in the Dispatch this week where she spelled outin an online education environment.
Quality charter school in Cincinnati
The Enquirer ran a great storyof more than $200,000 from the state’s Quality Community School Support Fund.
Four schools in Dayton
The Dayton Daily News was able to laudfrom the fund. Kudos to Dayton Early College Academy, DECA Prep, Klepinger Community School, and Horizon Science Academy Dayton Downtown.
A newfor the strength and quality of their charter school laws. Tennessee and Idaho are cited as making particularly large strides in the areas of funding and facilities policies.
Spring School Performance Institute workshop
Bring your team to a high-performing urban charter school to learn how to build a culture of academic and operational excellence. Joinat their upcoming workshop. This workshop combines interactive sessions with live-classroom observations and conversations with key staff to help build your team’s capacity to create and implement change. for the next workshop on March 17th, 2020! For more information, contact .