2020 Member Priorities: Innovative Options
January 20, 2020

Network members come together around their commitment to four specific policy ideas: high expectations, great educators, innovative options, and responsive systems. The details below reflect members work on innovative options. Read on for examples of how members are working to ensure that all families can exercise their power to choose and access diverse, innovative, and excellent educational options designed and resourced to meet the unique needs of their students. Click here to explore the full 2020 Network Member Priorities overview.

How many Network members are prioritizing policies to support innovative options?

Twenty members in 12 states are prioritizing public charter school issues in 2020, including public charter school finance and facilities and defending students’ access to options. Twelve members in 11 states are prioritizing other policies to expand access to innovative options, including Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) and open enrollment initiatives.

What initiatives are members prioritizing?

Below, you’ll see lists of member organizations who plan to work on similar policies. Click on one of the orange bullets below to jump directly to that topic. If you’re interested in connecting with any of the organizations listed below, reach out for an introduction.

Charter Accountability

Charter Authorizing

Charter Defense

Charter Expansion

Charter Facilities

Charter Finance

Education Savings Accounts (ESAs)

  • Georgia | GeorgiaCAN: Support ESA legislation for prioritized student populations
  • Tennessee | TennesseeCAN: Support successful ESA implementation

Open Enrollment

Other Policies

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