New National Report Ranks Health of Each State’s Charter Movement: Idaho Not Ranked

Washington, D.C. – Today, the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools released the latest report evaluating the health of the charter public school movement in key states across the country. Following the first report released in October 2014, this second edition measures movement growth, innovation and quality, while this year doubling the number of quality more »

Rural Schools: The Next Frontier for Chartering?

By Ember Reichgott Junge From Zero Chance of Passage Blog When I visited Idaho last month, a largely rural state, to boost their chartering sector, my eyes were opened. As Terry Ryan, President of the Idaho Charter School Network aptly summarized in a recent report, “The charter school revolution has largely bypassed rural America and more »

Regional Councils

During our January 27 meeting, ICSN launched Regional Councils, a new initiative to support our members. Each geographical region has an Ambassador who will coordinate efforts for schools in their area to meet to share successes, challenges and best practice that drive student success. Ambassadors will be reaching out to you to schedule regional meetings. Please try more »