2022

Touched by Your Comments|The Teachable Moment in Pennsylvania – Will We Unleash Our Full Potential or 1/26th of It?|The National Alliance Pushes for Equal Protection|Every Generation Figures Out Its Way to Screw Over High Needs Kids.

Good morning, CharterFolk. It was great to see so many of you at conference this year, and I do admit to being quite touched by those of you who went out of your way to approach me in person to thank us for our work here at CharterFolk. It’s encouraging to know that our efforts

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CharterFolk Contributor Jay Artis–Wright – Take 60 Seconds Tomorrow to Support Philadelphia Charters, the AACSC, and FCCS

Good morning CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Jay Artis-Wright, Executive Director of the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools.  I provide Jay’s bios below. Jay Artis-Wright is the executive director of the Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools (FCCS) an organization established in 2019 to bring the voices of Black and

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CharterFolk Contributor Anthony D. Wilson, II – The Five Power Moves Every Advocacy-Forward CMO Must Make

Good morning, CharterFolk! Today we are pleased to share a contributor column from Anthony D. Wilson, the founding Executive Director of Equity in Education. I provide Anthony’s bio below. Anthony Wilson is the founding Executive Director of Equity in Education, a nonprofit advocacy organization designed to help create the community and political conditions to ensure

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An Establishment That Remains Sound Asleep

Weekend’s greetings, Charterfolk. Quite another eventful week in charterland. Let me see if I can draw a few threads together. A Wake Up Call Late this week we saw this op-ed come out from Michael Bloomberg. It’s something of a companion piece to his announcement in December. Like I wrote about his earlier piece, this

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