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Tweet This: The Best of Charter School Blogs and Twitter Pages

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Tweet This: The Best of Charter School Blogs and Twitter Pages

Tweet This: The Best of Charter School Blogs and Twitter Pages

Because this is a week for elevating the voices of the school choice movement, I wanted to share some charter school blogs and Twitter pages that you should follow—not just this week, but all year around. In fact, go ahead and retweet and favorite them below.

Illinois Network of Charter Schools

I’m partial to this blog because it happens to be about schools in my new home state of Illinois. The Great Schools Blog posts regularly about local successes of schools, students, alumni and more—definitely a place to find uplifting pieces about the Illinois charter sector.

Rocketship

Rocketship’s blended learning model gives way to a number of interesting stories, and its blog, Beyond, does exactly what its name suggests—it shows us what goes on beyond the Rocketship classroom. Sometimes it’s about the network’s expansion into new cities and states, sometimes it’s about a teacher’s love for a particular lesson plan. Regardless of the subject, it ends up being a fun and interesting read.

KIPP

KIPP is a well-known charter network, and for good reason: it has demonstrated one success after another. Its blog points to local highlights, speaks to its theory of change on a broader level, and identifies ways that it is always pushing to improve.

Green Dot

This is yet another charter network that is doing great work and illustrating that work through a number of blog posts that applauds students, teachers and parents.

Namaste Charter Schools

Namaste Charter Schools in Chicago integrate nutrition, fitness and wellness into their classrooms—and into their blog, Namaste Shares. Check it out for tips on healthy living, teaching and learning.

Finally, the Harlem Children’s Zone and the Aspire Public Schools don’t have blog pages but they do have excellent Twitter pages that pay notice to the important work they’re doing.

 

 

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