AP For All: IDEA Public Schools in San Antonio Gives All Students Access to Advanced Placement Courses

IDEA Public Schools in San Antonio Gives All Students Access to Advanced Placement Courses | San Antonio Charter Moms

Advanced Placement (AP) classes should be available to all students, not just the ones with the privilege or preparation to jump through the right hoops. At IDEA Public Schools, a public charter school network that serves a predominantly Hispanic and economically… Continue Reading

Information sessions for early college high school at New Frontiers Charter School

Learn more about the Senator Frank Madla Early College High School program at New Frontiers Charter School at an information session: February 27, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. March 20, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. May 8, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. All meetings will… Continue Reading

Diplomás one-year meeting at Café College: progress towards Latino college completion goals

Last year, this earlier post discussed the launch of Diplomás, a project to raise college completion rates by Latinos, funded in part by a grant from the Lumina Foundation. One year later, the participants met at Café College to discuss goals and evaluate… Continue Reading

Great Hearts grad from Arizona earns top honors at Dartmouth. Aren’t you glad Great Hearts is coming to Texas?

They do things a little differently at Great Hearts Academies—for example, prom with a live band and ballroom dancing, as described in this earlier post—but it seems to work: Joel Malkin, a graduate of Veritas Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Arizona, just graduated… Continue Reading

College Signing Day 2013 at IDEA Public Schools in the Rio Grande Valley

“College for All Children” is the IDEA Public Schools motto. In May 2013, at College Signing Day, seniors from six IDEA high schools in the Rio Grande Valley signed letters and held up signs to announce their choice of college. “IDEA… Continue Reading