North Carolina Public Charter Schools Association

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  • Charter student data by LEA

    Charter Students and LEA data compiled by NCDPI Charter data 2015-students LEAs

  • Sept. 30 deadline for certain public records data to OCS

    (Reprinted from the OCS Homepage) Public Records Due to modification to the charter legislation in Senate bill 793. The attached letter puts forward the State Board of Education and Department of Public Instruction expectations for charter schools regarding Public Records. If a charter school partners with a CMO or EMO, be sure to pay close […]

  • Class of 2017 charter applicants and contact information

    The 28 applicants to open charters in 2017 and contact information is below. These applicants should be thanked for their efforts to improve public education! Class of 2017

  • Cardinal Charter Academy joins global community of Cambridge schools

      CARY, N.C. (July 1, 2015) – Cardinal Charter Academy has been awarded Cambridge International School status by Cambridge International Examinations and is now approved to offer Cambridge programs and qualifications, including Cambridge Primary I for third and fourth grade. Cardinal Charter Academy is the only school east of Greensboro to be accepted into the […]

  • Lots of talk by NC legislators, but not much movement on education

    Legislative Republicans met privately in a retreat last winter, in advance of this year’s long General Assembly session, to talk about their ideas on education. A key goal was to establish where the House and Senate could agree on significant policy changes. Read more here…

  • 15 Public Charter Schools Receive National Blue Ribbon School Recognition

    Washington, D.C. – Fifteen public charter schools received the National Blue Ribbon Schools award by the U.S. Department of Education last week. The recognition is given to public and private elementary, middle and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among students. Read more here…