The Delaware Charter Schools Network works throughout the year to advocate for parents, teachers, leaders and almost 16,000 charter school students throughout the state of Delaware. Your assistance helps us to remain strong as a resource to the entire charter community.
Delaware charter schools offer an incredible array of educational options to students from preschoolers to high school seniors. Among the 24 charter schools in the state, Delaware has a nationally recognized STEM school, dual language schools, military charters, schools for students with special needs, and schools that focus on under-served communities.
Each charter school operates independently from established school districts, giving the schools the freedom and flexibility to educate students the way they’re best ready to learn, and the accountability to be responsible for their student outcomes.
The Delaware Charter Schools Network supports all charter schools in areas where collaboration between multiple schools across the state is in everyone’s best interest, and when schools need specialized assistance in areas where they might not have staff experience. We are not a district. We exist to serve our charters, supporting them by:
Help us raise the first $5,000 of our goal within the first week of our campaign! We will continue to increase our goal throughout the campaign as we achieve funding milestones.
Your tax-deductible donation will help us continue to provide these services to parents, charter schools, and charter students throughout Delaware.
In the past five years, the charter community in Delaware has grown dramatically – and so have the calls for assistance from our charters as they strive to offer new programs, open new facilities and meet the demand from Delaware families. Last year, there were more than 7,000 students on wait lists for Delaware charter schools. Your support helps us help them. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us continue our work towards excellent public education for all of Delaware’s children.