Kevin Hesla

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Director of Research and Evaluation at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

Washington, D.C.

Kevin Hesla is the director of research and evaluation at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. He joins us from the Colorado League of Charter Schools, where he was director of research and strategy. Kevin has a background in finance, economics, and data analysis, and previously worked at an economic consulting firm and completed the Education Pioneers Analyst Fellowship. He is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and George Washington University, where he earned his MBA.

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Posted Feb. 7, 2017

Charter School Enrollment Surges Past 3 Million, But It’s Still Not Enough to Meet Parent Demand

“To people who believe that education can transform lives, charters are schools that families choose to help their child reach…

By Kevin Hesla

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Posted June 8, 2018

Here’s What a Supreme Court Ruling for Janus Could Mean for Teachers Unions

Policymakers, journalists, analysts, and—to be sure—union leaders and members are eagerly, and perhaps nervously, awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. AFSCME. The Supreme…

By Kelly Robson

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Posted June 8, 2018

Here’s What a Supreme Court Ruling for Janus Could Mean for Teachers Unions

Policymakers, journalists, analysts, and—to be sure—union leaders and members are eagerly, and perhaps nervously, awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision in Janus v. AFSCME. The Supreme…

By Kelly Robson

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Posted June 11, 2018

I’ve Had 12 Students Tell Me They’re Homeless This Year

Every period, every day, I greet students at the door so I can have a pre-class check-in. I joke with kids, compliment fades, eyebrows and…

By Nate Bowling

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