Charter board meeting minutes are a formal recording of transactions that happened at a particular time and place for your board.
The term, data-driven governance, might be relatively new to the charter community — at least if you’re not yet a BoardOnTrack member.
Board meetings are important. Your full board meetings — and committee meetings in between — are where your board’s work happens.
Planning a strategic board retreat may seem daunting at first. However, it is largely similar to planning an agenda for a regular board meeting.
Your annual board retreat is where you do deep strategic work and important board-level work like reelect your officers — your board chair, your vice chair, and other key positions.
To deliver the exceptional results promised in your charter, you’ve got to be able to answer these questions fully. And the only way to do that is with data.
There are so many results your charter organization is trying to deliver. But none are more important than academic excellence.
An effective charter school organization hinges on a strong partnership between the board and its CEO.
The top 10 mistakes that charter school boards make when they evaluate their leader — and what you can do to avoid them in the future.
The CEO support and evaluation committee is one of the most important functions of any governing board. They effectively select, support, and evaluate the organization’s CEO.