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National Charter School Resource Center 2017-04-14T21:06:30+00:00

Turning a vision for charter schools into outcomes for educators and the students they inspire. 

The U.S. Department of Education awarded the National Charter School Resource Center contract to us in 2013, just as our small business’ passion and perseverance in education was intersecting with mastery in the sector. We had reached a place where bringing together some of the best minds in the field was an easy task: we had built relationships in the sector and developed true subject matter expertise in education policy.

That ability to sustain relationships and build expertise on sophisticated subject matter, year after year, is what’s kept us on board as the managers of the NCSRC. The NCSRC relies on our responsiveness and ability to pivot in an ever-changing education landscape, and we couldn’t be more excited to continue the work.

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Recent NCSRC Publications

Case Study: Personalized Learning in Cornville Regional Charter School

June 7th, 2017|0 Comments

This case study features Cornville Regional Charter School (CRCS) and its learner-centric personalized learning methodology. Founded in 2012, CRCS is a charter program located in rural Maine, and the school serves 144 students in [...]

NCSRC Publication: Students with Disabilities Resources

April 7th, 2017|0 Comments

As public schools, charter schools have an obligation to serve students with disabilities (SWD); as self-governing, mission-oriented, and nimble schools, charter schools have a corresponding opportunity to provide innovative, student-centered opportunities to meet those [...]

NCSRC Publication: English Learner Resources

April 7th, 2017|0 Comments

As public schools, charter schools have an obligation to serve English Leaners (EL); as self-governing, mission-oriented, and nimble schools, charter schools have a corresponding opportunity to provide innovative, student-centered opportunities to meet those obligations. [...]