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The education landscape in New Orleans is complex, and there are often myths and misconceptions about our system. In our new “Mythbusters” series, we aim to set the record straight about our public schools. Our teachers, students, and families are… Read More
This week, The 74 published a piece by our CEO, Patrick Dobard, on why we need to focus on less on charters and more on the need for all great public schools. Read the full article here.
“The Teachers Are My Favorite Part”: Why Our Family Loves Samuel J. Green Charter School In this fourth of our ten-essay series by parents of students at public schools Uptown, Antonio and Revonda Darensbourg write about their children’s experience at… Read More
This article originally appeared in the October 2019 issue of New Orleans Magazine. Charter Boards: On Management, Vision, and a Community of Schools This summer marked one year since the “unification” of New Orleans public schools, when our public charter… Read More
Part of the Family: Why My Children and I Love Andrew H. Wilson Charter School By Celeste Sparks, Parent In the third part of our ten-essay series by parents of students at public schools Uptown, Celeste Sparks writes about her children’s experience… Read More
This week, The Advocate published a piece by our CEO, Patrick Dobard, on what NSNO is doing to work on teacher retention and recruitment. I was happy to read Katy Reckdahl’s powerful recent story about public education in New Orleans. Like… Read More
New Orleans schools chief: System is making big gains since Hurricane Katrina September 7, 2019 | The Advocate “By every measure, our schools are dramatically better than they were before Hurricane Katrina. Hands down, no debate…Because of this improvement, more than… Read More