The Charter School Capital Blog

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Understanding Charter School Enrollment Marketing Tools

Understanding Charter School Enrollment Marketing Tools Editor’s Note: In this, the proverbial age of technology, we wanted to dive deeper into how technology tools could specifically help with charter school enrollment marketing. For this CHARTER EDtalk, we were honored to be joined by Taryn Moore in Business Development and Partnerships at SchoolMint. SchoolMint has years…

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Charter School Financing: Myths vs. Facts

Charter School Financing: Myths vs. Facts From funding your growth, managing deferrals, to investment in facilities, get ahead of the game knowing these five charter school financing myths & facts! MYTH: Charter schools should use their reserves to finance growth instead of looking for outside financing options. FACT: Using outside financing to facilitate growth can…

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The History of Charter School Capital

Editor’s Note: Below you will find the video and transcript of our CHARTER EDtalk with Stuart Ellis, co-founder and CEO here at Charter School Capital. The History of Charter School Capital Janet Johnson (JJ): Good morning. Here we are with another CHARTER EDtalk. Thank you for joining us. This is a very special one. We’re…

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Charter School Capital Funding Enables Skyline Schools to Grow and Provide the Resources Needed for Their Students

Charter School Capital Funding Enables Skyline Education to Grow and Provide the Resources Needed for Their Students Read this school spotlight to learn how Charter School Capital funding helped Skyline Education when they needed it most. Providing a quality education to at-risk students often requires multiple resources. One-on-one instruction with teachers, access to good computers…

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School Choice Makes Traditional Public Schools Better

Editor’s Note: With the anniversary of our nation’s independence next week, I thought that addressing the idea of freedom, and more specifically freedom of choice in education was a timely topic. We understand the flexibility in the educational curriculum that public charter schools offer needs to be balanced with accountability. But there has been much…

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2018 California Budget Passes

2018 California Budget Passes Last Thursday the Legislature acted on the 2018 California budget and sent it to the Governor for his signature.  There are still some trailer bills that they must pass but the document represents an agreement between the Governor and Legislative leadership.  Additionally, the budget agreement covered areas of disagreement between the…

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