Developing City-Based Funding Strategies: Investments to Create a Robust Charter Sector
May 2011, the National Charter School Resource Center and the U.S. Department of Education hosted a full-day conference to explore emerging city-based movements that embrace high-quality charter schools as an integral component of their reform strategies. To continue the discussions from that day, Public Impact authored a series of white papers that take a deeper look into three of the topics raised at the conference—city-based funding strategies, building a robust pipeline of talented teachers and leaders, and innovation in incubating new charter schools. In this white paper, Public Impact explores four questions philanthropies should consider as they decide where and how to make strategic investments in their local charter sector that will yield the greatest impact.
- Incubating High-Quality Charter Schools: Innovations in City-Based Organizations
- Conference Agenda - Transforming Urban Public Education: Exploring the Potential of City-Based Strategies
- New White Papers Offer Practical Guidance on City-Based Strategies for Charter School Development
- Transforming Urban Public Education: Exploring the Potential of City-Based Strategies
- New York City Charter School Center: The First 5 Years