Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from CCSA’s technology partner, CDW-G, tomorrow, Tuesday, January 24 in a special webinar for CCSA members. This webinar is designed to help charter schools maximize their E-Rate funding so they can afford advanced technology services for students. Learn more and register here.
Several CCSA member schools have funding available to use for technology purchases through the Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program. Purchases must be made by September 25, 2015. Check your eligibility!
Teachers and school leaders: Help Harvard researchers improve classroom observations by using video technology.
The School Self-Assessment Portal is a FREE confidential tool just for members to help school leaders identify what they are doing well and areas where they can improve.
Applications are now open for two all-expenses-paid professional development opportunities that provide unique experiences to educators looking to bolster STEM learning. Both take place in summer 2014.
Question: What can our charter school do to prepare technologically for the Common Core?
From CharterSAFE: A recent article in Business Insurance magazine highlights a problem that is relevant to member schools. Many schools are now utilizing cloud-based software services for data storage, including student grades and personnel information.
From CharterSAFE: Did you know… that the number one item stolen from California charter schools is portable computers?
ZOOM! will be moving to EdTec later this year. EdTec has provided support for charter schools using DataDirector since 2007.
Help determine your school’s Internet access quality by asking ten of your colleagues or students to each take one minute online test.
Cyberbullying is back to school, too. Don’t let it get settled in.