The DC Charter School Alliance is dedicated to supporting and representing the robust charter school sector in our nation’s capital. With the support of the DC Charter School Alliance, the charter school community can ensure that all students in DC receive the great public education they deserve and ensure the continued strength of the DC charter sector.
Every public school should have access to adequate and equal funding—especially during the COVID-era. Learn more about why students deserve the robust staff and quality programming to deliver on the promise of a public education.
In a rapidly growing city, schools need access to appropriate buildings to open new schools, grow successful, high-demand schools, and provide the centers of community that schools create in every neighborhood. Learn about how facilities are critical to charter school success.
The promise of charter schools is creating new, innovative programming with the freedom to provide the education promised to students and families. Learn more about how freedom is paramount to building strong charter schools.
By Shannon Hodge, Founding Executive Director, DC Charter School Alliance No one wanted the school year to start this way. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country, deeply affecting communities of color here in DC. Families who have experienced COVID-19...
By Cheri Harrington, Chief Operating Officer, Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School Every facet of our education system is being challenged by the complications of COVID-19, but our resilient, innovative, collaborative teachers and staff are working hard to ensure...
By DC Charter School Alliance Staff Last month the Council of the District of Columbia approved the FY21 budget, which includes critical funding increases for all DC students. The Council also expanded charter school access to facilities. Several of the Council’s...
Advocacy begins with your voice. Join us in the movement to ensure a strong, robust charter school sector in Washington, DC and transform the lives of DC’s students.