INCS launched a Charters Achieve campaign in May to celebrate the charter sector and its many achievements throughout the month. We’d like to thank the following schools for participating in one or more of the events planned throughout the month: Academy for Global Citizenship, Ace Technical Charter School, Alain Locke, ASPIRA, Catalyst Schools, Chicago Collegiate Charter School, Chicago International Charter Schools, Chicago Math and Science Academy, EPIC Academy, Erie Elementary Charter School, Frazier Prep Academy, Horizon Science Academy, Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy, KIPP, LEARN Charter School, Legal Prep Charter Academy, Noble Network of Charter Schools, Perspectives Charter School, Polaris Charter Academy, Prairie Crossing Charter School, Rowe Elementary Charter School, University of Chicago Charter Schools, UNO Network of Charter Schools, and Young Women’s Leadership Charter School.
Together with our member schools and organizations, we reached over 500,000 people on Twitter and over 20,000 people on Facebook.
Here are some highlights from the Charters Achieve campaign…
Perspectives Rodney D. Joslin Campus alumna
Current University of Chicago student
Perspectives Rodney D. Joslin Campus alum
Current student at Trinity College- Hartford Connecticut
Charter Schools in the Headlines
- Charters Achieve: Thank you, teachers! Great Schools Now Blog
- Congrats, Southland College Prep! ABC News
- Chicago Math and Science Academy’s Robotics Team Heads to World Championships ABC News
- Chicago School Students Honored at White House Film Festival NBC Chicago
- Sue Ontiveros: College dream now reality at Noble Chicago Sun-Times
- Charter Schools Stress College-Going Support Catalyst Chicago
- Rowe Elementary Charter School Teacher: Why I Chose A Charter Reboot Illinois
- This White House- Worthy Youth Mentoring Program Is A ‘Beacon Of Hope’ In Chicago The Huffington Post
Charters Achieve Legislator Thermometer
INCS had a goal for the charter community to make 2,500 connections with our state legislators, and we reached our goal. Thank you to all of those who contributed countless hours and conversations to improving education outcomes for all children.