North Carolina Public Charter Schools Association

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  • Southern Wake Academy Breaks Ground on New School

    On August 28, 2014 Southern Wake Academy officially broke ground on its new three story facility! The new facility will feature state-of-the-art academic and athletic facilities. The new building will host both the high school and the middle school. – Read more and view the image gallery here. 

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  • Charter myth about performance exposed

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  • CSAB meets September 8

    * The NC Charter Schools Advisory Board to Meet The North Carolina Charter Schools Advisory Board (CSAB) will meet Monday, Sept. 8, from 8:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m., in the 7th Floor Board Room, Education Building, 301 N. Wilmington Street, Raleigh. Tentative agenda items include adjournment to subcommittees where members will discuss policy and performance […]

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  • Millennium Charter Academy receives Salvatori award for teaching excellence

    A huge congratulations goes out to Millennium Charter Academy! On Thursday night they received Hillsdale College’s Henry Salvatori Prize for Excellence in Teaching during its annual curriculum night. According to Director of Charter School Development at Hillsdale Phillip Kilgore, the Michigan college’s recognition provides $25,000 for the school to use to support teaching. – Read more […]

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  • Education chief: Charter schools, managing companies must disclose salaries, budget info

    The employee information required, at a minimum, must include name, job duties and annual salary for all management company employees who operate or help staff charter schools, wrote Price, whose office oversees the state charter office. The management company budget information must include an expenditure report that outlines each year of the contract, a description […]

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  • Charter expansion in NC

    Why I like the idea of charter schools and would like to see an expansion in North Carolina Charter schools can and should be unleashed from the massive bureaucracy of the public school system. Rather than pretending that we can differentiate multiple learning styles and address myriad student interests in a class of thirty students, […]

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