Charter schools represent a wonderful example of innovation in education. They offer unique learning environments to educators and students; expanded educational opportunities for parents and a quality educational product — at a cost usually significantly below that of traditional public schools — to taxpayers . How are North Carolina’s charter schools doing? People vote with their feet and a charter school waiting list of 16,000 students speaks to school success and a bright future.
Are you interested in learning more about the growing and successful charter school movement in North Carolina?
Then come join our friends at the North Carolina Alliance for Public Charter Schools Inaugural Conference in Raleigh on July 11-13th. Access conference information here and a conference agenda here. Early bird registration rates end today (June 4th).
For additional information call Shannon Moody at NC Alliance for Public Charter Schools, 919-900-8951.