Expert insights on charter school governance, charter school board roles, and the charter school CEO-board partnership.
It is important to ensure that boards develop the appropriate processes to help schools keep students safe.
Which board goals should you focus on every year? Where is your organization headed? How do you know you’re on target to get there? Your goals hold the answer. They give you the power to measure...
Authorization vs. accreditation for charter schools — what’s the difference? Do schools need accreditation as well as authorization? In the next four minutes, you will learn the basics of both and...
The District of Columbia Open Meetings Act (OMA) is now in effect and applies to all charter schools in the city.
Not sure if you’re creating good board meeting agendas? No idea who should actually be creating them? Wondering what in the world a “consent agenda” is? During this informal Q&A session, we’ll cover:
Open meeting laws, or sunshine laws, are built to hold public entities — including your charter school governing board — accountable and transparent to the public.
Do you need your board to boost its role in fundraising and development this year?
What Is The Brown Act? The Brown Act, the name of the California State Open Meetings Act, is a law centered around charter school governance transparency to the public. Basically, it states that...
Many people know that an annual retreat is something that charter school boards do, but don’t really know exactly why they need to hold a board retreat every year.
What are the key roles and responsibilities for a charter school board retreat?
It’s often better and more productive to have a professional board retreat facilitator. Here’s why.
Planning a board retreat can be daunting. And board retreat help comes in many forms.
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