The Yup Team is excited to announce their new partnership with Sesame Street!
Question: We have a pest control company scheduled to fumigate our charter school and are wondering about requirements for parent notification.
We are thrilled to announce that author Andrew Solomon will be our keynote speaker at the opening plenary session at The 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference. Solomon will talk about his book “Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity.”
Do you or does someone you know have a creative, unique educational program that is helping students reach new heights? Or is there a program you’d like to implement, if only you had the proper funding? Fill out the linked application and apply for an award today.
Best Practices to Protect Your School from Liability and to Maximize Your Flexibility Webinar Coming Next Week!
This informative and interactive webinar will include guidance on California sick leave law, best practices on board oversight of employees, structuring employment agreements, and essential employment practices and policies.
Do you know an innovative educator or leader? Nominate them for one of Teach for America San Diego’s Innovation in Education awards! Due January 10, 2017. Learn more here.
Join CCSA in a webinar on December 15 on Proposition 51, the K-14 School Facilities Bond that provides $500M for charter school facilities. Participants will learn more about how charter schools can participate in the State Bond program and support CCSA in its effort to improve the program for charter schools. Learn more.
Question: Most of our students walked out of school after first period to join the recent election protests. Can we still claim ADA for them since they attended school for part of the day?
The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) has developed a social media content calendar in response to member requests that is designed to help members supplement their social media strategies with Twitter and Facebook posts that highlight why #charterswork.
Annually, CCSA publishes Academic Accountability Reports that show the results of every charter public school based on CCSA’s accountability framework. New 2016-17 reports are now available for download.
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