2020 NCAPCS VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Don’t miss out on the upcoming NCAPCS Virtual Conference: Charting a New Course! Over 350 people have registered to attend so far! Look for the program agenda to be released this week.
Register now for the 2020 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS: VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
|As the school year winds down, and you begin to plan for reopening schools, we want to extend the offer to fund your classroom and digital projects through our partnership with DonorsChoose.
Anyone who registers for NCSCvirtual before midnight by Monday, June 22, will be entered to win one of 50 $500 gift cards to help fund a project of their choice on DonorsChoose. That means you can fund projects for any teacher—including yourself—that needs support for sending educational care packages to students at home, classroom resources for the fall, and creating unique remote learning experiences online.
We will announce the winners on Monday, June 30. Register today to win and fund the many deserving educators who are working tirelessly for our students.
STATE SUPERINTENDENT MARK JOHNSON TESTIFIED BEFORE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE
State Superintendent Mark Johnson told a congressional committee today that it is important that as students return to classrooms in the fall that North Carolina teachers be empowered with more tools to support personalized learning. Superintendent Johnson told the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor that as a result of classrooms being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators will see a significant loss of learning. Read more here.
NEW YORK TIMES CHARTER HIT PIECE
The New York Times published a negative article today about charter schools that applied and were given Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. Per usual, the piece contains misleading information about charter schools. See the attached PPP Media Toolkit for key messaging and FAQs.
June 22: Jump Start Plan due
July 20: Remote Instruction Plan due