Touts Rausch: Innovation and Accountability — How Charter School Authorizers Are Helping Meet Students’ Changing Needs in Time of Crisis The Renaissance Charter Public School in Boston (Keith Bedford/The Boston Globe/Getty Images) By Karega Rausch April 24, 2020 Untangle Your Mind! Sign up for our free newsletter and start your day with clear-headed reporting on the latest topics in education. Sign Up Most Popular Hawaii Hawaii Officials: Number of Students Missing, Killed In Maui Fires Is ‘Too Small’ To Release school choice North Carolina to Launch Education Savings Accounts, With Up to $7,500 Per Child future of high school Credit Hours Are a Relic of the Past. How States Must Disrupt High School — Now School (In)Security ChatGPT Is Landing Kids in the Principal’s Office, Survey Finds Science of math As Test Scores Crater, Debate Over Whether There’s a ‘Science’ To Math Recovery Get stories like these delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for The 74 Newsletter Republish This Article Learn More Karega Rausch is president and CEO of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers.