San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Topics Will Include:
- Common Core Transition: An investigation of the technology and assessment challenges for Common Core and their implications on your budget
- Benchmarking: Wonder what other schools are spending? We will feature a comparative analysis of patterns in charter school expense data and demonstrate how to use this information in decision-making and budgeting.
- LCFF: Revenue and Cash Flow Implications for Your School : In light of the newly implemented Local Control Funding Formula, combined with continuing state deferrals, this session will provide a thorough and accessible analysis of what charter schools can expect regarding the timing of school funding. Participants will also receive a breakdown of the P1 certification and learn how to interpret the state-funding exhibits in order to ensure that their schools are accurately projecting revenue and cash flow.
- Conflict of Interest: Learn about conflict of interest laws that charter schools are required to comply with, as well as recent developments in the law, including FPPC fines, Orange County district attorney prosecution of a charter school board member under Government Code 1090, and pending initiatives by CTA as well as proposed legislative changes regarding the applicability of conflict of interest laws to charter schools.
- Proposition 39: California’s recent California Clean Energy Jobs Act makes substantial funds available to charter schools to improve energy efficiency in their facilities and create clean energy jobs. Participants will discuss the process for accessing these funds.
- School Safety: This portion of the presentation will discuss current school violence trends, behavior patterns, legal requirements, and practical safety solutions to ensure charter schools have crucial information to safeguard their students and staff.
- Same as Oakland, except for instead of Benchmarking workshop:
- Common Core Integration: Explore the Common Core State Standards and identify specific actions they can take to begin integrating Common Core Standards into their instructional programs. Learn about implementation practices from across the country as a way to assess your readiness and capacity to implement the Common Core effectively.
When & Where
Young, Minney & Corr, LLP and EdTec
- YMC: Young, Minney & Corr, LLP (YM&C) has been the leader in charter school law for more than a decade, representing over 500 charter schools throughout the state.
- EdTec: EdTec is a social venture founded in 2001 to develop, support, and advance quality charter schools.