Read our latest newsletter to learn more about a new board member, the latest installment of our video series, and how you can support our work in 2018.
This holiday season, please remember to give a gift to save public education by donating to NPE. Right now your gift can have twice the impact. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor who deeply believes in the importance of public education, every donation between today and December 15 will be matched, up to […]
The Network for Public Education releases Charters and Consequences, a 48 page report that is the result of investigations, visits and interviews over the course of a year. From San Diego, California to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, NPE learned about the consequences of loosely regulated charter policy and the effects that charters are having on democratically controlled, true […]
CHIP was due to be re-authorized by September 30. But Congress just let it expire. Congress must renew CHIP and restore its funding today.
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Hi NPE Social Media Team, Are you fired up and ready to spread the word? Use your Twitter or Facebook accounts to amplify Diane’s message in this first of 8 short films from Network for Public Education. (If you don’t have Facebook or Twitter, please email all your friends and include this link to the […]
We at the Network for Public Education hope that you had an opportunity to relax and re-energize this summer. It is now Back to School time. For those of us who love and cherish public schools, that means back to the fight for public education. Right now our friends in Arizona are fighting for the […]
The NAACP has issued a remarkable report demanding charter reform. Send a “thank you” note for supporting our public schools.
We recently told you that the SUNY Charter Committee introduced a proposal to allow adults with minimal training to be certified to teach in charter schools. The plan would only require a college degree, supervision by another charter school teacher and 30 hours of coursework provided by the charter school. Nearly 3,000 New Yorkers signed […]
ALL students–especially poor students of color– deserve qualified, professionally trained teachers.