Lunch & Learn: Charter School Governance
Friday, March 1, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Lunch & Learn Series is a new component of The Top Shelf to facilitate the development of a board member network. Through this 5-week series, active charter school board members are invited to convene over lunch and discuss a pertinent topic derived from Bulletin 126. To benefit from the collective knowledge and respective experiences of board members present, time will be designated to share insights on current hot topics.
Chapter 21 - Charter School Governance
Guests: John S. Ayers, Executive Director, Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives, Makiyah Moody, Director, Governance Initiatives & Sarah Vandergriff, Legal Director, LAPCS
To create the right gumbo, we all know that it starts with getting the roux right. The roux essentially holds together the recipe and creates the foundation for a magnificent culinary experience. Having a strong board is akin to having a strong roux. The board is responsible for the overall performance of the school and ensuring the promises articulated in the charter are fulfilled. So, what makes a strong ‘roux’ for your board? It begins with expertise, dedicated individuals, and beaucoup guidance from Chapter 21 of Bulletin 126.
When & Where
Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools
The mission of the Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools is to support, promote, and advocate for the Louisiana charter school movement, increasing student access to high quality public schools statewide.
The LAPCS is the only statewide entity dedicated to advocating for charter schools at both the state and local levels. The LAPCS provides information to legislators, district officials, and policymakers about the issues that are important to charter schools and organizes the charter school community to support legislation that will give charter schools a fair opportunity to successfully educate the children of Louisiana.