Category: Ohio Charter Schools

Charter school funding options

Across the country, today’s charter schools need better access to charter school funding for working capital and facilities financing at all stages of growth. Having reliable sources of charter school funding when needed allows schools to hire teachers, purchase textbooks, upgrade classroom technology, and expand the school’s facilities footprint so charter leaders can focus on…

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Charter School Capital participates in first Ohio Charter School Summit

More than 300 charter leaders attended the Ohio Auditor of State‘s first Charter School Summit in Columbus, Ohio, last week (August 11-12). There were two days of workshops and keynote addresses from thought leaders on charter school funding, best practices, changes in the state laws, and other training topics. Featured keynotes came from Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost, Geoffrey Canada of…

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Charter School Advocacy Day

On Tuesday, May 3rd, thousands of charter school advocates flocked to their state’s capitals to encourage legislative support and action for the charter school movement. Known across the country as Charter School Advocacy Day, this nationally coordinated effort empowers students, teachers, parents, and administrators to share their stories of charter school successes directly with state…

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Mosaica Education #1 EMO in Ohio

We are so excited to learn that Mosaica Education was selected as the highest performing Education Management Organization (EMO) in Ohio, out of 41 organizations. This honor comes on the heels of Columbus Preparatory Academy, a Mosaica school, receiving a 2014 National Blue Ribbon designation by the U.S. Department of Eduaction. Columbus Preparatory Academy was recognized in…

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I CAN Stares Down Challenges And Funds Charter School Growth

Even the most successful organizations face difficulties when expanding, and charter schools in particular face extra challenges. Public funding is determined by current, not projected, student enrollment. Advances for capital needs can be difficult to obtain from traditional banks, particularly given the often unfair reputation charter schools have as risky investments. This is the situation…

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