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Was your school community impacted by summer wildfires? CCSA closely monitors wildfires throughout the state and works with impacted charter schools to help them navigate challenges. See a list of resources CCSA has put together to help schools.
Don’t miss this intensive pre-conference workshop will provide you with insights into LCAP Template requirements as they apply to charter public schools. The workshop will also cover the State Board-Approved State & Local Indicators as identified in the California Dashboard, and how to use the Dashboard data to effectively tell your charter public school story.
Several families and staff members within the charter community have lost their homes due to the devastating North Bay fires in Sonoma, Napa, and Solano counties. Some have even lost parts of their campus and school supplies. Please join us in helping them rebuild and get through this difficult time.
CCSA is sharing resources from our team and our partners in education to help you address the needs of your school community related to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, protections for LGBTQ youth, any policies that specifically affect Muslim families, and more.
CCSA has released a best practices toolkit detailing the nine key elements of successful special education programs and provides examples of how to implement each piece with links and references to supportive resources. Click here to view the full special education toolkit, or view this toolkit infographic that provides a brief overview of the nine key elements. To read the full report, including case studies of successful programs, click here. If you are a school leader or a special educator, please take the time to participate in CCSA’s Special Education Best Practices Toolkit Survey.
In a new chapter for its member services, CCSA is transitioning out its Charter Advantage program to BuyQ.
On March 2, 2017, the California Supreme Court unanimously held that public officers’ and employees’ communications on personal devices and accounts concerning “the conduct of public business” may be subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act (PRA). This is a significant decision impacting entities subject to the PRA, which may include charter schools.
New charter school leaders have many great opportunities at this year’s #CCSACon17 to draw upon the knowledge and expertise of seasoned charter leaders from across the state, including at a FREE pre-conference session that kicks off CCSA’s “Mentor Project” which pairs charter leaders of new schools with mentor charter school leaders. BONUS: Those who register for this session will save $200 on their registration for #CCSACon 17!
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