To ensure ACCEL’s continued success, we need your support.  

Tax money for education doesn’t belong to the school system, it belongs to the students. Charter schools allow the money to follow a student to the public school that best meets his or her needs. Charter schools do not drain resources from public education because they too are public. They do not charge tuition and do not have special entrance requirements, but still held accountable with the same reporting measures for all public schools used to measure student achievement.

We encourage you to be a voice for ACCEL.

Contact your legislators to voice support for legislation to ensure public charter schools receive a PORTION of local tax revenue.