Thank you for attending the 2022 National Charter Schools Conference in Washington, DC, June 19-22! Read our full recap of the event, catch some general sessions, or watch our highlight reel below.

If you couldn’t attend in person, we have you covered. Catch up and register for the NCSC22 Video Library, available on-demand for $99!

The 2022 National Charter Schools Conference gathered 3,500 charter school educators, school leaders, and advocates in Washington, D.C., for the first time in over two years. The four-day conference featured more than 70 breakout sessions, 250 exhibitors, and an impressive slate of speakers.

Content centered around three content focus areas:

  • The future of teachers, education, and charter schools
  • Impact of the pandemic on learning outcomes and mental health
  • Engaged and diverse advocacy

These focus areas allowed attendees to dive deeper into relevant and timely content with experts and peers and come away with practical tools and techniques they can implement.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Principal Baruti Kafele 
School Leadership and Classroom Equity Presenter 

Principal Kafele headshot

Principal Baruti Kafele, a highly regarded urban educator in New Jersey for more than 20 years, has distinguished himself as a master teacher and a transformational school leader. As an elementary school teacher in East Orange, NJ, in addition to being named the East Orange School District and Essex County Public Schools Teacher of the Year, Principal Kafele was a finalist for New Jersey State Teacher of the Year and a recipient of the New Jersey Education Association Award of Excellence.

Nina rees
president & CEO, national alliance for public charter schools 

Nina Rees headshot

Nina Rees is the president and chief executive officer of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the leading national nonprofit organization committed to advancing the charter school movement. Since joining the National Alliance in 2013, Nina has enhanced the organization’s stature in Washington, D.C., deepening relationships with members of both parties in Congress, multiple presidential administrations, and across the nonprofit and advocacy spaces. Over the course of her tenure, annual funding for the federal Charter Schools Program has grown from $254 million to $440 million.

 

We look forward to seeing you next year for the 2023 National Charter Schools Conference in Austin, Texas, June 18-21! Subscribe to our email list to get updates on the event.