To Support COVID Generation, Our Definition of Charter School Quality Must Evolve

To Support COVID Generation, Our Definition of Charter School Quality Must Evolve

Our mission at NACSA is to continue to help students thrive, no matter their environment. As an uncertain school year begins, the only certainty is that schools face great challenges in meeting every student’s academic and social-emotional needs. How can we support students in what could amount to more than a year of disrupted learning?

Read Interim CEO Karega Rausch’s op-ed in The 74 on our call to establish new expectations of what high-quality schools achieve and check out NACSA’s toolkit, developed with Bellwether Education Partners, on Ensuring Accountability in a Time of Transition.


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