The Charter School Capital Blog

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Story of Inspiration: Mr. Waters

The newest submission to our Stories of Inspiration campaign is this story from Jim Melko about a teacher who was also an epic storyteller; Mr. Waters. Read more stories or submit your own here. ————————————————————————- He had a pale, thin face beneath a cloud of gray, frizzy curls, a tweed coat and a bow tie….

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Story of Inspiration: Mr. Jones

Our Stories of Inspiration campaign continues and we’re enjoying reading all the stories of inspiring teachers impacting their students’ lives. The latest submission is from Yvonne Watterson, a former school principal who today is the Director of Education Innovation for the Arizona Charter Schools Association. ——————————————————————————————– “There’s no word in the language I revere more…

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My Story of Inspiration: Mr. Dewey

In honor of the inspiring teachers who have had a positive impact on their students’ lives, we are launching our Stories of Inspiration campaign to capture the inspiration teachers bring to students every day. During the next five weeks, we’re asking you to tell us your stories. Find out how to submit your inspiring teacher story…

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Webinar Recap: Financial Wellness – Budget Planning Best Practices 

On Thursday, September 7th, Spencer Styles, President and CEO of Charter Impact and Bonnie Bensen, CFO at Fortune School of Education, joined our President and CEO at Charter School Capital, Stuart Ellis, to discuss budget planning best practices for California charter schools.   There are many challenges involved in operating schools including planning and maintaining school budgets, navigating staggered charter school funding timelines…

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Webinar 9/7: Financial Wellness – Budget Planning Best Practices

JOIN OUR WEBINAR ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH  California charter leaders face a variety of challenges in operating schools including planning and maintaining school budgets, navigating staggered funding timelines and managing complex cash-flow systems. As part of our commitment to support California charter schools, we’ll be hosting a webinar specifically highlighting best practices around these challenges. Join us Thursday, September 7th at…

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Encouraging Diversity in Charter Schools

The charter school model has been widely used to create school options for the most underserved children and communities. But now we’re seeing a growing interest from charter schools who are intentionally serving a balance of students who reflect the diversity of their larger community. Recent studies show that students from both low- and middle-income…

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