What Fuels Student Progress?

Students at Esperanza Charter School learn about erosion. Network Leaders on Attendance, High-quality Instruction, and Holistic Support Though simulated School…

“We have more support than I knew.”

The Principal Collaborative Event This Month Brought BBQ, Camaraderie, Saints Tickets, and a Surprise from Mayor Cantrell Nationally, around 20% of…

$14.3 Million for New Orleans Schools and Educators

NSNO awarded federal grant for schools to put toward teacher and school leader recruitment, retention, and support In New Orleans, our…

New Schools for New Orleans awarded $14.3 million federal grant to address teacher turnover

New Schools for New Orleans, an education nonprofit that works with the city’s network of charter schools, was awarded a $14.3 million…

“All Hands on Deck”

“All Hands on Deck”  Talking Mental Health, Hurricane Ida, and COVID-19 with Superintendent Lewis After Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans,…

A Note From NSNO

Dear Colleagues, Neighbors, and Friends, This is a heavy moment in heavy times. We know many of you are feeling…

“I felt like I was on top of the world.”

“I felt like I was on top of the world.” Dai’von Floyd’s journey from student to teacher at KIPP New Orleans…

“How do I make them worry even less every day?”

L: Neil Williams (center) at his 8th grade graduation with Dr. Tony Recasner (left) and Jay Altman (right). R: Dr….

NSNO: A Promise of an Excellent Public Education for Every Child

The New Schools for New Orleans (NSNO) team helps New Orleans’ schools, educators, and leaders provide the best possible education…

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