More Georgia families will soon have the opportunity to send their children to a public school that best meets their individual needs. The Georgia Strategic Charter School Growth Initiative will support the expansion, replication, or creation of high-quality public charter schools in communities throughout the state. The initiative will provide technical assistance and grants to support the creation or expansion of ten charter schools by September 2023. In addition, the initiative will offer information sessions and a new dedicated website to allow Georgians to learn more about public charter schools and their public charter school options.
The Georgia Charter Schools Association is deeply saddened by the devastating violence that claimed the lives of two educators and 19 children at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX. We […]
On Tuesday, May 24, the following candidates won Georgia primary contests in key statewide races. GCSA plans to disseminate questions on charter schools to all candidates for these offices. […]
Nominate a parent today! GCSA is launching the second round of our grassroots advocacy initiative. As part of our Charter Champions program, GCSA will train 40 “field leads” in the […]
Monday, June 13 & Wednesday, June 15 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. REGISTER NOW! Participants will develop an understanding of the audit process and the audit preparation process. Content includes […]
Amana Academy is one of only four schools globally to win a $2,000 grant as part of the Kid Power-WWE: Classroom Comeback Sweepstakes. Kindergarten students and teachers at the Fulton […]
Please encourage your teachers to apply for GCSA’s alternative teacher certification program. The deadline for GCSA’s Summer 2022 Cohort is Friday, May 27. GaTAPP is an alternate certification pathway for individuals who have […]
The GCSA is happy to announce some big news in our organization and to Georgia charter schools as a whole!
Over the next few weeks, GCSA will be working with schools to review member needs and align our services to match those needs. We want to ensure we take an organized and deliberative approach to reviewing and improving our service to schools, and your honest feedback will be critical to helping us serve you more responsively and effectively.
Georgia Charter Schools Association President and CEO, Tony Roberts, wrote an op-ed that was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution during National Charter Schools Week. In the op-ed, Tony calls for […]
By Tony Roberts, President and CEO of the Georgia Charter Schools Association As schools across Georgia celebrate National Charter Schools Week, demand for public charter schools has never been stronger. […]