North Carolina Public Charter Schools Association

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  • Conference offers Dr. Jim Goenner and the Charter Board Institute

    The 2015 North Carolina Charter Schools Conference announces an intensive full day of Charter Board training July 20 in Durham by Dr. Jim Goenner.   Register today! Biographical Statement James N. Goenner, Ph.D. Jim Goenner serves as President & CEO of the National Charter Schools Institute, a mission driven organization dedicated to transforming education through […]

  • NC Association helps develop “National Commitment to Quality”

    For Immediate Release June 23, 2015 Riya V. Anandwala 202 521 2833 The Charter School Movement Stands United on Improved Public School Quality for All Students through the “National Public Charter Schools Commitment to Quality” Initiative 39 city- and state-based public charter school support organizations representing 95 percent of charter school families nationwide pledge […]

  • SBE policy changes

    Last week, the State Board of Education updated the TCS-U policies. Specifically, these were “technical corrections” due to the new numbering system of the charters school law and revisions from the Charter Agreement. The State Board office is going through the process of updating the specific policy pages, so the modified policies are not yet […]

  • UNC Educator Quality Dashboard

    The Educator Quality Dashboard serves as an interactive on-line tool for viewing and analyzing data reflecting our progress towards the goal of augmenting the quantity and quality of public school educators serving our state’s students. The dashboard allows for increased transparency and ease in data access for education stakeholders, including educators, administrators, policymakers, parents, and […]

  • Langtree, Cabarrus charter schools plan expansions

    The organization overseeing charter schools in Mooresville and Concord has reached agreements to purchase land for high schools set to open for the 2016-17 school year, according to an email to parents. Read more here…

  • Philanthropy doesn’t close funding gap for charter schools, study shows

    Charter students received an estimated 88 percent of the full local per pupil funding in Mecklenburg County, according to data from 2013-2014 audit reports from the N.C. Treasurer’s Office and the N.C. Department of Public Instruction. Read more here…