Can a conversion charter keep its original school site under Proposition 39? Learn the answer to this question here.
National School Choice Week (NSCW) 2018, a week designed to raise public awareness of all types of effective education options for children, kicks off January 21-27, 2018. Schools across the country will be hosting events to celebrate the week. We’ve pulled together a list to give you ideas on how to prepare and celebrate.
Learn whether charter school developers are eligible for Proposition 39 facilities for their new schools.
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) created a research portal called SchoolBuild: From Idea to Construction to provide a one-stop shop to school leaders looking to develop facilities for charter schools. The portal guides schools through the entire facility-development process, from start to finish, and provides practical insights and solutions to charter school leaders at any and all stages of the process.
CCSA’s Governance Academy is a free, intensive workshop designed to help school leaders and governing board members increase their knowledge of their legal obligations as stewards of public schools. Learn more about this important workshop and how to register here.
On Wednesday, October 25, participate in a live webinar for new Perkins coordinators, hosted by the California Department of Education, to review Perkins requirements. Register here.
The recent fires in Northern California led to emergency closures at some charter schools. How can charter schools receive credit for emergency days when determining average daily attendance (ADA)?
On Thursday, October 5, 2017, the CDE emailed all dashboard and Dashboard Alternative School (DASS) coordinators information regarding the submission of part two of the DASS application. Part 1 was due on October 6, 2017. In August 2017, DASS was…
The Recreational Reading Mini-Grant (RRMG) provides PreK-5th Grade teachers in Los Angeles County the opportunity to apply for $1,000 worth of books for their classroom libraries. Submissions are due November 17th by midnight. Learn more and apply here.
Registration is open for the 2017-18 CAASPP Institute! The CAASPP Institute provides local educational agency (LEA) teams with information and strategies for using the CAASPP System to improve teaching and learning. Learn more and register here.
The deadline to submit local indicators data for the fall release of the California School Dashboard is December 1, 2017. Learn more about changes to this deadline, local indicators, and more here.
Question: When is Census Day for reporting data in the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) and why is the reporting in CALPADS so important for charter schools?
Charter schools seeking alternative school status must complete a Dashboard Alternative School Status (DASS) application by this Friday, October 6 to be considered an alternative school.
This November 15-17 in San Diego, participate in the only California conference focused on alternative accountability. Hear from leaders in the educational accountability space share unique perspectives and sharpen your understanding of alternative accountability to impact California’s accountability system. Register today.
Continuing this week, you can attend CCSA’s Business Managers’ Meetings to learn about the 2017-18 State Budget and how the state’s financial situation will impact your school. Register for an online meeting today!