Building Our Movement
We are a movement of diverse-by-design schools across the country working towards school integration and creating exemplars of excellence. By bringing more schools into our coalition, we expand our movement and help more diverse-by-design schools grow, learn from each other and improve.
DCSC is proud to announce our four newest members – they add 17 individual schools and 6,000 students to the Coalition. Join us in welcoming our new members and meet them at our convening next month!
IDEA Public Schools – Austin (Austin, TX)
Kairos Academies (St. Louis, MO)
LEEP Dual Language Academy (Brooklyn, NY)
TLC Public Charter School (Orange, CA)
2020 Annual Convening
Registration fees increase at the end of this month!
REFLECT sessions will ask you to look inside at your own leadership and consider how you can help integrate schools and networks more intentionally. Look at all of our sessions under the REFLECT strand below!
Kimberly Osagie, Partner
Lucerito Ortiz, Associate Partner
Priscilla Wohlstetter, Distinguished Research Professor
Sarah A. Cordes, Assistant Professor
Ashley Davison, Program Support Specialist
Aqua Stovall, Executive Director
Stephanie Lancet, Program Specialist
Lauren Monrando Rhim, Executive Director
Hill Day Visit
The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and DCSC will host a Hill Day Visit the morning of Friday, January 31. This is an opportunity for members of the Coalition to visit their elected representative and advocate for our work.
Note that the Hill Day Visit will conflict with Friday morning school visits. Space is limited. To RSVP for the Hill Day Visit, email email@example.com.
Each year, DCSC celebrates a member school or network as an exemplar of diverse-by-design communities. From publicly available data, along with internally collected metrics on membership engagement, we selected finalists that might inspire other members invested in this movement.
We will award our Member of the Year during the Annual Convening in January.
4.0 School Tiny Fellowship
Congratulations to Cohort Two Fellows, Genevieve and Phillip, who were awarded the 4.0 School Tiny Fellowship. The fellowship provides training and financial support to pilot our fellows’ school models.
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The 9th Annual Progressive Education Summit
This event is hosted by DCSC Member, City Neighbors Charter School!
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
Profiles of Leaders of Color
Kriste Dragon from Citizens of the World is featured in this report!
Like and share: “Charter Leaders of Color Matter”
Richard Lee from Academy of the City Charter School is featured!