Rocketship Education Continues Expansion into More Markets

One of the biggest concerns that parents have today is the decline in the quality of public education in the United Stats. Due to budget cuts and financial strains, many school districts across the country have had to close schools, reduce resources, and find other ways to cut costs. In the end, this has led to a lower quality of education. Due to this concern, many parents and communities are looking for other ways to educate their kids. For many people, choosing a charter school to attend could be a great option.

Those students that end up attending a charter school will receive a number of educational advantages and opportunities that are not always provided to those that attend public schools. In most situations, charter schools end up receiving more funding per pupil than public schools and can offer more affordable educational options than most private schools. Those that are looking for a good charter school should consider going to a school funded by Rocketship Education

Rocketship Education is one of the premier chains of charter schools in the United States. The educational organization was developed over 20 years ago by a group of teachers and other educators that were looking for a better way to educate kids. While it took nearly a decade for the group to fully organize and open their first location, the first school under the brand was opened in the Oakland, CA area for the 2007-08 school year.

Over the past ten years, Rocketship Education has developed the reputation for being one of the top charter school options in the country. They have won a number of awards in California and other areas of the country. While they started small, the organization has grown considerably over the past decade. Today, Rocketship Education operates and manages over 15 schools in the United States. They have expanded into a range of cities including Nashville, Washington DC, Milwaukee, and other areas of California. In total, the school system has more than 8,000 students, 85% of which come from low-income families and receive a discount on the education costs.