Meet Washington’s charter public school teachers.

At Washington’s charter public schools, talented educators are transforming classrooms and communities.

Washington’s law is ranked among top in the nation for its high level of accountability in exchange for flexibility to offer innovative options to families.

Teachers in Washington’s charter public schools are given more flexibility to customize their teaching methods and curriculum to meet the diverse needs and learning styles of their students. In exchange, they must show improvements in student learning. This means great schools for students, flexibility for teachers, and accountability for the public.

Washington’s charters are intentionally attracting a diverse teaching force. 32 percent of Washington’s charter public school teachers identify as teachers of color, as compared to just 11 percent across public schools statewide.

Meet a few of Washington’s charter public school teachers.

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ICYMI: A recent study by CRPE - Center on Reinventing Public Education report shows that #Washington charter public schools are setting the bar high and serving special education students at a higher rate than district public schools.

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Find out what it's like inside of Washington's charter public schools, where teachers can customize curriculum for different learning styles and give students the personal attention they need to succeed. ... See MoreSee Less

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Huge shout out to the more than 40 volunteers who turned out for Willow Public School, Walla Walla's day of service on Saturday. Because of your support, Willow is ready to welcome students for orientation TODAY! ... See MoreSee Less