Public Impact report profiles charter-to-charter restarts as an intervention strategy for low-performing charter schools. The report offers recommendations for board members and charter authorizers interested in pursuing a restart strategy, drawing on lessons learned from the school profiles and discussions with leaders in the field.
This case study tells how Tennessee evolved from being one of the most inhospitable states for charter schools to one of the most favorable for charter expansion and the lessons from that evolution.
Public Impact report highlights the benefits, challenges, and effective practices for building family and community support for school turnarounds.
The Community Collaboration for School Innovation toolkit helps districts shift away from a community engagement model that centers on pushing information out, to a new community collaboration model that pulls guidance and directives from the community. The free guide includes real-world case studies from Colorado school districts, video tutorials, and templates, and aims to accelerate school improvement efforts that authentically reflect community priorities.
This is a report commissioned by the DC Fund of New Schools Venture Fund. It profiles two charter-to-charter restarts and explores some of the challenges and lessons learned early in the process.