Making a Great Choice for Your Teaching Job

Posted by Becky Carlton on February 7, 2018
You may have not heard all positive things about charters schools from your college of education, but know this- everyone has made a choice to be at a charter school. Parents, teachers, students, and leadership all made a choice to be at a charter school. The action of choosing creates a culture of [...]
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Topics: Charter Schools, Teachers, Teaching

Why Working In A Charter School Rocks!

Posted by Becky Carlton on February 2, 2018
Imagine a work environment that has been designed to accommodate you and the population you serve daily. An occupation that allows you to directly affect the future world by teaching at a school open to all, at no charge that allows you a smaller classroom so that you can focus on the individual [...]
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Topics: Charter Schools, Teachers, Teaching

In Praise of Michigan’s Great Charter School Teachers

Posted by Buddy Moorehouse on January 17, 2017
Thanks to my job, I’ve had the opportunity to visit dozens of charter schools in Michigan and meet hundreds of charter school teachers. I can say without hesitation that we have some of the best educators in America working in Michigan’s charter schools.
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Topics: Awards, Teachers

Thankful for the True American Hero

Posted by Dan Quisenberry on November 8, 2016
More than any time in recent history America’s destiny seems not to be of our own choosing. The uncertainty of our world is magnified by the growing academic pressure to achieve in spite of what students are faced with.  Schools are confused by ever-changing expectations, testing changes; standards [...]
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Topics: Teachers, Michigan