The 14th annual Charter School Year-End Celebration took place this weekend in Miami, honoring the outstanding teachers and staff who work tirelessly to teach students at numerous partner charter schools. According to the website, more than 100 public charter schools participated in the event, representing students in Florida, California, Nevada, Texas, and Washington, D.C.
The charter schools the ACE Foundation supports have achieved a 98% percent graduation rate. During the event, each participating charter school awarded one outstanding teacher as “Educator of the Year.”
The event, held at the Mana Wynwood, featured a number of prominent sponsors who helped make the evening possible, including Holland & Knight, HLB Gravier, Building Hope, and Lyft, who provided rides to make sure people got to and from the event safely.
The A.C.E. Foundation is a Florida not-for-profit organization established to promote high quality public education by supporting charter school initiatives in order to expand their capacity in serving the local community. In partnership with several Title I charter schools in Florida, the A.C.E. Foundation aims to provide high quality after school academic instruction, summer school programming that combines academics with extracurricular activities, and other initiatives.
The charter schools supported by the A.C.E Foundation have excelled at bringing high performing educational programs to neighborhoods across Florida with the greatest need. A large percentage of the students served by these schools come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and would otherwise have limited quality educational options in their communities.
Learn more about the ACE Foundation at www.theacefoundation.org.