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Charter School Blog


Since charter schools were established in the ‘90s, they have become a popular school of choice for parents. According to the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, there are 7,000 public charter schools nationwide, with 661 of those located in Florida. As charter schools continue to grow in popularity, you might be wondering how students perform at public charter schools. You’re not alone. Today, you’ll learn how public charter school students perform and why they are a great option for your child.


Project based learning is a dynamic approach to education that focuses on building a deep understanding and intricate knowledge of course material while also developing important life-skills.  Ultimately, the goal is for children to simultaneously gain knowledge and practice soft skills including critical thinking, collaboration, goal setting, project management, and research.By shifting the focus from test scores to knowledge and reflection, children take full ownership of the project and feel empowered about their progress. Today, you’ll learn the top 5 essential steps needed for successful project based learning, plus what differentiates project based learning from traditional learning with adjunct projects.


The traditional approach to education typically focuses on memorization. Teachers give a lecture, students take notes and are tested on the information. However, this approach doesn’t work for every child. Not all children learn through verbal methods. Most children need more personalized learning. Today, you’ll learn the top signs that the traditional approach to education isn’t working for your child, the seven learning styles, and other education options to consider.


Finding a school for your child with an engaging, challenging curriculum isn’t easy. Or is it? If you want more than a traditional school can offer, a charter school is your best course of action.But what is a charter school?