The LA Fund invites students to apply for The Intern Project, which matches students with businesses.
Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) recently published its annual “Enrollment Options Guide,” which was intended to be a resource for local families. However, the publication contained numerous errors and excluded the fact that charter public schools support students with special needs as well as those who are English Learners.
Back by popular demand, the California Charter Schools Association is offering our one-day Finance Academy. This in-person workshop, offered in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Diego, will help charter schools and developers strengthen their internal financial management capacity.
Wondering about the Governor’s January Budget Proposal and how the state’s financial situation will impact your school? Look no further than CCSA’s Business Managers’ meetings!
Question: How do we receive in lieu of property tax funding for students residing in other districts, but attending our charter school?
Our entire lineup of breakout sessions is now online! Please take a moment to review the schedule.
Read this month’s message from Jed Wallace, President and CEO, CCSA.
Register today for a free CDE summit that aims to help California schools make research-aligned decisions to improve professional learning systems at their local educational agency.
Early Edge California and CDE are offering a webinar that will provide an overview of the expanded transitional kindergarten funding.
CCSA is proud to offer programming tailored specifically to the needs of the California charter community at The 23rd Annual Charter Schools Conference. Over 160 breakout sessions have been developed and approved by charter school experts to meet the needs of you and your school community. Check them out now and start planning your time in Long Beach.
Question: What requirements are our board subject to as we prepare our Educator Effectiveness Grant spending plan?