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CDT is not the only one doing great work to support and promote charter schools! These websites and organizations provide resources and information for a full range of charter school issues….
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CDT is not the only one doing great work to support and promote charter schools! These websites and organizations provide resources and information for a full range of charter school issues.
National Charter School Resource Center
NSCRC is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Education’s Charter School Programs (CSP) and is a source for high-quality charter school resources and CSP grantee technical assistance. The site includes resources related to funding, board governance, facilities management, operations, and special education among other areas.
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
Based in Washington, DC, NAPCS is committed to advancing the public charter school movement, serving a critical role as a leader in federal education policy and as a prominent voice for charter schools, determined to improve state charter policy and advocacy.
NAPCS seeks to put families in charge of choosing their child’s education, principals in charge of running their schools, and teachers in charge of leading their classrooms, and have high standards for every student and give every student the support they need to meet those standards.
SUNY Charter Schools Institute
With their mission to help further SUNY’s leading role in strengthening public education across New York State, the SUNY Charter Schools Institute is a great resource for best practices in a range of charter schools management areas. The website offers tools and resources for families, charter school board members, and more.