Tag: #schoolchoice #charterschools #innovation

It’s Scary but True! 3 Atlanta Charter Schools Surpass Average State Graduation Rate and Guess What? We’re Not Done!

It’s not a cliche’, charter schools are constantly increasing student achievement. This post is information provided by EdLanta’s partner, the Georgia Charter School Association and Rally. Newly released 2019 high school graduation rates show that all three public charter high schools in the city of Atlanta are delivering on the promise of helping young people develop the academic skills needed…

Charter Leaders Are Doing More Than Just Talking About Change!

On this Thursday, (BOOK) Better Outcomes for OUR Kids, will host a community conversation to take place from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS). The topic of discussion is schools, communities and the impact of economic development. Better Outcomes for OUR Kids (BOOK) is leading a conversation about the quality schools movement.  Stakeholders in Metro Atlanta…

GA Rep. Valencia Stovall Encourages Forest Park Families of 6th Grade Students to Build with 7 Pillars!

Rep. Valencia Stovall encourages constituents of Forest Park to grab hold of hope! She’s asking for families of 6th grade students to attend 7 Pillars Career Academy’s Build Day Events. Forest Park is home to the new school that is giving parents in Clayton County a different choice and plenty of cool educational options. Georgia State Representative Valencia Stovall (D-Forest…

Ethos Classical Opens Successfully!

I am so excited for this school. Recently, we have featured Ethos Classical and their journey. EdLanta is excited to follow this new school that is offering another choice to Atlanta families. Ethos Classical is a public humanities and arts-focused charter elementary school. It will provide Atlanta students with high-quality individualized education. The school opened its doors to its first…

Charter Schools Receive Backlash for Effective School-turnaround.

It’s imperative that our stakeholders understand that charter schools aren’t afraid to make the tough decisions. Recently, this statement from the Georgia Cyber Academy was issued on services provided by K12 and regarding its relationship and ongoing challenges with K12 Inc. (K12) Georgia Cyber Academy.  “For the past 12 years, Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) has served more than 100,000 students…

Metro Atlanta Needs More Schools with Innovation

GCSA’s Incubator Program Announces $75,000 Grants for Individuals Seeking to Launch a High-Quality Charter School FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 15, 2018 ATLANTA, GA – If you are interested in starting a charter school in Georgia, the Georgia Charter Schools Association has a grant for you! The Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA) is pleased to announce competitive grants of up to…