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NAPCSNational Alliance for Public Charter Schools (Washington, DC)
NAPCSNorth American Product Classification System (est. 1999)
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Fordham Institute, a conservative education policy think tank, said the Annenberg standards would stifle charters' innovation by "bludgeoning them with regulation." He accused the authors of "standing in the way of progress" with their "overzealous statutory recommendations." (The president and CEO of NAPCS, Nina Rees, told me she actually likes the Annenberg standards, but doesn't know if they should be adopted across the board.)
These standards are the 2012 NAICS, the 2012 NAPCS, and 2013 Metropolitan, Micropolitan, and Combined Statistical Areas.
In the ranking, states are scored based on how well their laws match up with the 20 essential components of the NAPCS model charter law, which include measuring quality and accountability, equitable access to funding and facilities, and limited caps on charter school growth.
By not adhering to the standards, particularly those affecting accountability, the "charter movement is putting itself at risk" by allowing too many second- and third-rate charter schools to continue to exist, Secretary Duncan observed in his remarks at the NAPCS conference last year.
(24) NAPCS ranked the law 17th in the nation in 2016.
Public charter schools now enroll more than one in five public school students in 14 communities, according to a new report from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools (NAPCS).
The product detail for service industries collected in the 2007 EC is based on the North American Product Classification System (NAPCS).
Fourteen years after the charter movement began, NAPCS issued a "report card" underscoring, as Smith said, that "the charter model of partnership, flexibility and accountability fosters student achievement."
The North American Product Classification System (NAPCS), new for the 2002 census, affects product categories involved in questionnaires for selected service sectors.
Interagency Work-- Selected new person as Continue ECPC work on NAICS, North American Economic Classi- NAICS 2002, NAICS Product Classi- fication Policy 2007, and NAPCS. fication System Committee (ECPC) Evaluate ACS early (NAPCS), American member.