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Budget Best Practices for Charter Schools

Did you miss our live session at the National Charter Schools Conference; Budget Best Practices for Charter Schools? Not to worry! We wanted to make sure to share the highlights from this session right here on the Charter School Capital blog. We were honored to have two charter school finance experts whose depth of experience…

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CHARTER EDtalk: Charter School Budget Best Practices

CHARTER EDtalk: Charter School Budget Best Practices Check out this CHARTER EDtalk for tips and tricks on charter school budget best practices! Janet Johnson sits down with Matt Percin, both from Charter School Capital, to learn about the importance of being flexible and adaptable as a startup school and the increased budget-planning power you have as…

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California Primary: Election Results Come In

California Election: Primary Results Come In Tuesday, Californians went to the polls to vote in the ‘jungle’ primary. There were two notable results from the California primary election that will affect the charter school and education reform community. As I have stated before the races for Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI) turned into proxy…

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CHARTER EDtalk: Board Governance – Episode 2

CHARTER EDtalk: Board Governance- Episode 2, Featuring Darlene Chambers In this CHARTER EDtalk, Janet Johnson, CMO at Charter School Capital, sits down with Darlene Chambers, Sr. Vice President for Programs and Services, National Charter Schools Institute and Charter School Capital President and CEO, Stuart Ellis, to discuss the importance of charter school board governance to…

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Key Elements of Successful Charter School Authorizing

Elements of Successful Charter School Authorizing Editor’s note: This post on charter school authorizing was originally published on February 27, 2108, by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools and written by Kevin Hesla, the Director of Research and Evaluation at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. In an earlier CHARTER EDtalk with Darlene Chambers Sr. Vice President…

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