Charter schools are reimagining public education in the midst of a pandemic. From quick distribution of technology and increased social emotional supports to outfitting socially distance classrooms and prioritizing live instruction for students with special needs and children of essential workers, NYC public charter schools are committed to delivering educational consistency and quality in these uncertain times

New Study: Charter Schools were Quick to Adapt to Remote Learning




of NY charter schools planned for closure 2 weeks prior to March 16.

3 Days

Average time between building closure and start of instruction.

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Best Practices for School Continuity During COVID-19

A recent report by Bronx Charter schools shares the recommended approaches to remote education in the current new normal.

"It's essential that remote learning be viewed not as a short term obstacle, but as a new foray into pedagogy that can enhance student learning in the long-term"

- Best Practices for School Continuity Report