More charter schools?
Iowa’s Senate Education Committee this week advanced. Instead of applying to school districts for approval, a “founding group” of schools would be allowed to apply directly to the state’s Department of Education.
More charter innovation
The former president of the Massachusetts State Senate wrotefor their innovative efforts to continue providing high-quality education for their students during the coronavirus pandemic.
Closer to home pt 1
A third round of federal Covid relief funding is on the way to states, including $4.5 billion for Ohio’s K-12 schools. A piece this week in the Dayton Daily News included someto help remediate pandemic learning loss.
Closer to home pt 2
and have been offered more than $4.5 million in scholarships from those institutions. School leaders are justifiably proud of their seniors after a challenging 12 months.
NAPCS and Great Minds are teaming up to offer a webinar designed to improve student engagement and learning in a fully-remote environment. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, April 14, at 4:30 p.m. ET.to explore ways to reach every student and to apply best practices for student engagement in the virtual realm and beyond.
Action needed: Contact Congress today!
In the next few weeks, Congress will decide how much federal money—if any—charter schools will receive next year. As this newsletter records each week, charter schools have been part of the solution for families both before and during the pandemic.to tell them what charter schools mean to you and those students and parents you serve.
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