Lack of access to affordable facilities is one of the most critical issues facing charter schools across the country. This reality can stifle the growth of existing charter schools and limit the expansion of new quality public school options for our nation’s families.
Learn how your state can use a combination of tools to fully address charter school facility needs at ExcelinEd.org/CharterSchools.
"The Thomas B. Fordham Institute has published three studies in the last year concerning charter schools that, when taken together, make a powerful argument for encouraging the creation of new charter schools," writes @DuellSays. https://t.co/VSx8ZDiqlu
— Fordham Institute (@educationgadfly) October 14, 2019
— Choice Media (@ChoiceMediatv) May 17, 2019
Our friends at @ExcelinEd have a new policy brief out identifying actions states can take to help address one of the most critical issues facing public #charterschools — facilities https://t.co/lB4rNiFyTp
— publiccharters.org (@charteralliance) March 22, 2019
One of the biggest challenges to the continued expansion of #charterschools is the fact that many charter laws place the ultimate burden of obtaining and paying for facilities on schools themselves. https://t.co/5wQr10LgeT #schoolfacilities #WeLoveCharterSchools
— CharterSchoolCapital (@GrowCharters) November 23, 2019
"Charters have brought back to life buildings that had been left to decay." Opening the doors of unused school buildings benefits everyone: https://t.co/Nvc5ErSYGc @FriendshipPCS #WeLoveCharterSchools
— CharterSchoolCapital (@GrowCharters) November 17, 2019