Results tagged “funding”
Question: How do we receive in lieu of property tax funding for students residing in other districts, but attending our charter school?From: Members' Blog.Published December 12, 2015.Last Modified December 14, 2015.
Several CCSA member schools have funding available to use for technology purchases through the Education Technology K-12 Voucher Program. Purchases must be made by September 25, 2015. Check your eligibility!From: Members' Blog.Published August 10, 2015.Last Modified August 10, 2015.
Several charter schools have found that the California Department of Education (CDE) has their Free and Reduced Price Lunch (FRL) data wrong in CALPADS. This will affect your school's funding under the new Local Control Funding Formula. Double check and correct your data by Oct. 31!From: Members' Blog.Published October 22, 2013.Last Modified October 22, 2013.
The Federal Public Charter Schools Grant Program (PCSGP) is administered by the Charter Schools Division and is now available. Grants are reviewed by peer evaluators and are awarded to nonprofit entities and local education agencies that are likely to develop and open high-quality charter schools.From: Members' Blog.Published August 2, 2013.Last Modified August 9, 2013.
With school funding in California fundamentally changing with the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula it is important to stay informed with updates from the California Department of Education.From: Members' Blog.Published July 11, 2013.Last Modified July 11, 2013.
The Spencer Foundation is accepting applications for research projects that explore how student performance data informs classroom instruction.From: Members' Blog.Published April 14, 2013.Last Modified April 14, 2013.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is accepting proposals from organizations, primarily those that consider themselves to be networks of teachers, to support implementation of Common Core State Standards in literacy and mathematics.From: Members' Blog.Published April 14, 2013.Last Modified April 14, 2013.
FRPM eligibility data reported in the California Department of Education's (CDE) CALPADS system impact eligibility for many funding sources, including Title I, Economic Impact Aid, and the SB 740 Charter School Facility Grant Program. Act by November 14 to review and correct data.From: Members' Blog.Published November 1, 2012.Last Modified November 1, 2012.
The California Department of Education (CDE) is now accepting Letters of Intent to Participate in the Mandate Block Grant (MBG) program for fiscal year 2012-13.From: Members' Blog.Published September 6, 2012.Last Modified September 6, 2012.
Learn how to take advantage of the new Mandate Block Grant to access funds for mandates.From: Members' Blog.Published August 1, 2012.Last Modified August 2, 2012.
Question: How are direct-funded charter schools funded for Title I?From: Members' Blog.Published May 18, 2012.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
In response to member interest, our May 30 regional meeting is offering some in-depth sessions on these key topics - see more details including the presenters and don't forget to register today!From: Members' Blog.Published May 18, 2012.Last Modified May 18, 2012.
The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), in partnership with EdCapital Services, has launched a new working capital program for eligible charter schools in Los Angeles County. Informational webinars are coming up May 2 and 7 - register now!From: Members' Blog.Published April 19, 2012.Last Modified April 19, 2012.
We can't wait to see many of you at the annual Charter Conference next week in Sacramento! We're particularly excited to be in Sacramento this year and for the charter funding-equity rally on Wednesday. We'd like to highlight four events that might be of interest to LA members.From: Members' Blog.Published February 27, 2012.Last Modified February 27, 2012.
Accurately tracking and updating your school's Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) data can have a major impact on your school's finances.From: Members' Blog.Published December 16, 2011.Last Modified December 16, 2011.
The State Allocation Board apportioned proceeds from the recent bond sale to school facility program construction projects.From: Members' Blog.Published December 15, 2011.Last Modified December 15, 2011.
In light of California's continued fiscal problems, multiple initiatives designed to raise additional revenues for schools and other state programs have been filed for the November 2012 ballot.From: Members' Blog.Published December 13, 2011.Last Modified December 13, 2011.
This webinar will cover information on charter school funding sources for developers, with an emphasis on state and federal categorical programs.From: Members' Blog.Published November 26, 2011.Last Modified November 26, 2011.
Question: Is there funding available to help provide meals to low-income preschool students at a charter school?From: Members' Blog.Published June 20, 2011.Last Modified July 27, 2011.
CCSA wants to help charter schools access this funding and provide much needed cash to charter school projects.From: Members' Blog.Published June 20, 2011.Last Modified July 10, 2011.
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