North Carolina Public Charter Schools Association

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  • NC school choice group may get OK to decide who gets money

    “PEFNC is one of the state’s leading advocates for expanding choice beyond the public school classrooms that educate about 1.5 million students a year, said Eddie Goodall, executive director of the NC Public Charter Schools Association. The group promotes and provides services to its charter school members.” Read more here…

  • 2015 CSP Grants Competition for Replication and Expansion of High-Quality Charter Schools

    The U.S. Department of Education’s Charter Schools Program (CSP) has just announced the 2015 CSP Grants Competition for Replication and Expansion of High-Quality Charter Schools. This program is designed to assist non-profit charter management organizations, and other entities that are not for-profit entities, in replicating or expanding high-quality charter schools with demonstrated records of success. […]

  • New K12 Inc. Report Shows Online Charter Schools Closing the Achievement Gap Among Low-Income Students

    America’s leading provider of K-12 online school programs released a new report showing three of its largest managed online charter schools — Texas Virtual Academy (TXVA), Arizona Virtual Academy (AZVA), and Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) — are making progress on closing the achievement gap between economically disadvantaged and not disadvantaged students. Read more here…

  • Charter Performance Frameworks unveiled

    North Carolinians can now review charter school performance in key areas of academics, finance and operations by visiting the following web link: This is the first time that information about financial and operational expectations for each charter school has been provided in a comprehensive way. To read more about this new information resource, please […]

  • Educators needed July 20-21!

    Dear Charter Educator, On July 20-21 we are having the largest gathering of charter educators, administrators, business and other supporters in the state at the 2015 North Carolina Charter Schools Conference. You are invited to the Durham Convention Center to join the 500 attendees! Read about the conference breakout sessions here. More about the conference […]

  • Charlotte Classical School charter application rejected

    “The school’s application had come before the state board after getting a 6-5 vote from the state’s Charter School Advisory Board” Read more here…