Andrew Broy

Guest Blogger

President, Illinois Network of Charter Schools

Chicago, Illinois

Andrew Broy, a former public school teacher and civil rights lawyer, is president of the Illinois Network of Charter Schools, a group that supports and advocates on behalf of Illinois charter public schools.

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Posted Apr. 6, 2016

750 Charter School Parents Head to Statehouse to Fight for Equitable Treatment of Charter Public Schools in Illinois

Charter public school advocates are rallying in Chicago this morning to demonstrate their schools’ achievements and demand more equitable funding.…

By Andrew Broy

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Posted Apr. 1, 2016

The Chicago Teachers Union Is Putting Politics Before the Needs of Students

Today, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) is participating in a Day of Action. CTU members across the city have abandoned…

By Andrew Broy

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Posted Oct. 7, 2019

Here’s How You Can Talk About Christopher Columbus in Your Classroom

When I invite teachers to rethink how they teach Columbus at our semiannual UnColumbus Day Symposium in Philadelphia, many teachers think it’s not for them.…

By Ali Michael, Ph.D.

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Posted Oct. 9, 2019

Fellow Black Parents, It’s Time to Break the Silence About Our Kids With Disabilities

My mom and society have taught me that it is rude to offer advice when no one asks for it. But Black folks aren’t talking about…

By ShaRhonda Knott-Dawson

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Posted Oct. 11, 2019

Time for Democrats to Recognize the Progressive Roots of Charter Schools

Listening to the rhetoric of Democratic presidential candidates, one would think charter schools were a Republican initiative opposed by all progressives. Bernie Sanders calls for a…

By Emily Langhorne, David Osborne

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