Learn the five committees your board needs, what they do, and how to ensure they’re effective -whether you’re governing a single-site charter or a network of charter schools.
Building a founding charter school board is only one of the steps in the charter startup process. And getting it right is vital to the success of your organization.
While your BoardOnTrack Champion drives the strategic side, your BoardOnTrack Superuser keeps the board’s operations running smoothly.What is a Superuser?
The Governance Committee is essential to support the health and function of your board. It is responsible for recruitment, orientation, training, and evaluation.
The Development Committee assumes the primary responsibility for raising non-grant funds to support the organization’s mission.
A Finance Committee is essential to ensuring your organization has the financial resources needed to fulfill its mission.
Having an effective academic excellence committee is essential to the success of the organization. Here we outline how to form and run one.
Like so many things in charter school leadership, successfully negotiating your compensation depends on a good process.
Charter school leaders need to better understand the landscape, benchmarks, and quite frankly how to talk to your boards about your compensation.
Once the Governance Committee has successfully recruited new board members, it is important to put an equal amount of time into orienting them and keeping them continually engaged.