Fight To Choose
Parents of color have spoken: a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work for our children. Black and Brown-led charter schools are increasing quality public school options, especially for Black and Brown students. Ask your legislator to support the expansion of diverse public schools led by people of color!
Freedom Coalition for Charter Schools
FCCS is a non-partisan organization that advocates for equitable access to quality public school options for Black and Brown communities as the key driver of economic empowerment and educational advancement.
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Why Charter Schools?
Charter schools help close the achievement gap for students of color and students from low-income communities. See how many extra days of learning were provided by charter schools.
Who Attends Charter Schools?
Charter schools serve more students of color. Nationally, more than 3.7 Million students attend roughly 7,800 charter schools. Nearly 70% of charter school students are Black or Brown.
Parents of Color Support Public School Options
Parents strongly agree they should have a choice in where their children go to school.
FCCS in Action
FCCS is a growing coalition dedicated to increasing access to quality Black and Brown-led public schools in communities across the country.
FCCS is actively working in communities on the ground.
Areas of Interest
FCCS is exploring new school and partner relationships.
*Map only includes continental USA*
- Priority Regions
- Areas of Interest