The Northeast Charter Schools Network today sent the following statement in response to the release of preliminary results of the 2017 Smarter Balanced assessment.
The Northeast Charter Schools Network submitted a letter to the members of the Connecticut General Assembly urging them to support H.B. 7000: An Act Equalizing Access to Student-Generated Financial Aid, as well...
Charter Awareness Day Celebrates Diversity, Highlights Need for Fairness and Equity for Connecticut’s Charter Schools
The third annual Charter Awareness Day at the State Capitol in Hartford saw approximately 100 students, parents and educators celebrating the diversity of their schools, while also demanding fairness and...
Charter School Community to Advocate for Fairness, Equity at Third Annual Charter Awareness Day at the State Capitol
Representatives from Connecticut’s public charter school community will take to the State Capitol in Hartford on Tuesday, May 2 for the third annual Charter Awareness Day.
Charter Association Congratulates Amistad Academy on Ranking 20th Among Top Public High Schools in America
The Northeast Charter Schools Network today congratulated the hard-working students and staff of New Haven’s Amistad Academy on being named among the top public high schools in America, according to...
New Haven Charter School at Risk of Losing Grades Under Gov.’s Budget Demands Fairness, Ability to Grow
Parents, students, educators and school leaders from Booker T. Washington Academy (BTWA), a public charter school in New Haven, will come together on Tuesday, March 28 to demand fairness from...
Charter Association Congratulates Brass City Charter School for Being Named a 'School of Distinction' by the State
Connecticut's State Department of Education this week recognized 116 schools across the state as Schools of Distinction; among these was Brass City Charter School in Waterbury.
The following testimony was submitted for the public hearing on S.B. 2 as proposed by Senator Bob Duff, 25th Dist.:
Testimony Submitted to the Appropriations Committee Public Hearing on the Governor's Proposed FY 2018-2019 Budget
The following testimony was submitted to the Appropriations Committee for the public hearing on Governor Dannel Malloy's proposed FY 2018-2019 budget on February 21, 2017:
Charter School Parents and Advocates to Participate in 'Day of Silence' Demonstration at the State Capitol
Hartford, CT – Without saying a word, our stories will speak for themselves as public charter school parents, students, educators and school leaders participate in a 'Day of Silence' public...