News and Updates
The ACLU of Kansas City requested information on the Kansas City Girls Preparatory Academy
Missouri Commission Approves First Of Its Kind (In Missouri) Public Prep Charter School Focused on Personalized Learning
Dutchtown and its surrounding neighborhoods will have access to a new and innovative 6-12th grade charter public school in 2019.
Commission Accepts Transfer of DeLaSalle Charter School
On July 1, 2018 the Missouri Charter Public School Commission accepts sponsorship for DeLaSalle Charter School.
Commission Meetings Scheduled for First Half of 2018
The Missouri Charter Public School Commission has approved their January - May 2018 meeting schedule. February 28 - all day meeting in Jefferson City March 14 - 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Conference Call April 11 - 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Conference Call May 30 - 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Conference Call If the public wishes to join the Commission in "listen only" mode, they may do so by calling: 573-526-5398 in Jefferson City and 866-630-9345 outside of Jefferson City. The February meeting location will be posted when it is determined.
Commission Testifies at Joint Committee on Education Expansion and Accountability Hearning
MCPSC continues to protect the public's interest and access to quality public schools, through charter schools. Charter schools are held to an accountability system consisting of three parts: 1) Parent Choice, 2) State Standards, and 3) Sponsors. Districts are held to state standards through MSIP. Charters are held accountable to state standards through a performance contract. Quality sponsors hold charter schools accountable, as well as protect access and school autonomy. The result is public school choice regardless of income, innovative public schools, and a reduction of poor performing public schools.