The National Charter School Resource Center (Resource Center) serves as a national center to provide on-demand resources, information, and technical assistance to support successful planning, authorizing, implementation, and sustainability of high-quality charter schools; to share evaluations on the effects of charter schools; and to disseminate information about successful practices in charter schools. The Resource Center is funded through the U.S. Department of Education’s Charter Schools Program and operated by Safal Partners


American Charter Development (ACD) is a close partner of Education Fund of America. ACD has successfully completed about 40 Charter Schools ranging from $5 million to $20 million in cost, with several more currently in development. Their successful track record includes one of the largest charter schools to have opened in the United States.


The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools is the leading national nonprofit organization committed to advancing the charter school movement. The Alliance provides assistance to state charter school associations and resource centers, develops and advocates for improved public policies, and serves as the united voice for this large and diverse movement.


National Association of Charter School Authorizers is dedicated to improving public education by improving the policies and practices of the organizations responsible for authorizing Charter Schools. NACSA is creating an environment where expectations, relationships, practices, policy and resources are all optimized for authorizers to excel.


Arizona Charter Schools Association mission is to promote and support high student achievement through the academic and operational success of Arizona’s charter schools. Working alongside schools, parents, policymakers and the media, Arizona Charter School Association advocates for quality schools and increased educational choices across Arizona.


The mission of the Department of Education is to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.


New York City Charter School Center is an independent, not-for-profit organization established in 2004 that helps new charter schools get started, supports existing schools, builds community support, and trains new leaders so that highly effective public charter schools can flourish.


Center for Education Reform (CER) uses information to turn parents into activists, policymakers into advocates and educators into reform leaders. CER changes laws, minds and cultures to allow good schools to flourish. The Center for Education Reform is a 501c(3) public, non-profit corporation.


Charter Schools USA is an organization that has emerged as one of the nation’s fastest growing and most successful education companies, with approximately 2,000 employees educating over 16,000 students