Chattahoochee Hills teachers are results-driven educators with experience in, and commitment to, standards-based curriculum and the use of data and assessments to drive instructional decisions. They have demonstrated quantifiable and objective student performance gains that surpass local averages and are proven managers of classrooms who have used discipline, structure, appropriate incentives, and high expectations to achieve measurable academic and social-emotional success.
Georgia Charter Schools Association is offering implicit bias training to teachers, leaders and boards of member schools. The training is intended to assist participants with identifying their hidden biases and develop strategies to ensure there are true equity and inclusion in our schools. GCSA Vice President of School Services, Elisa Falco, and GCSA Program Specialist, […]
*MARK YOUR CALENDAR* Saturday, September 22, 2018 This fall, GCSA will be offering a teacher symposium, Creating a Culture of Engagement in the Classroom. This symposium is ideal for new and veteran teachers who are looking to engage with other educators to explore ways to create classrooms where curiosity is fostered and students are inspired […]
Prior to its inception, The Latin Schools were a vision derived from the reality that there is a need for schools that not only assisted in educating our scholars, but also prepared them for the competitive world beyond school walls. In order for that to happen, we have to prepare the future generation to get to and excel in college. We do not say that the work isn’t hard. In fact, we lead with the understanding that it is very hard and, “without struggle, there is no progress.” We then provide our scholars with the tools necessary to persevere through the hard work and recognize their strengths in the process.
The GCSA GaTAPP program is offering a July Summer Essentials Course session from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., July 16-19, at Ivy Preparatory Academy at Kirkwood. The Summer Essentials Course is for all currently enrolled certification candidates. The Essentials of Effective Teaching course is based on Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching. GaTAPP teachers must provide evidence of the knowledge, skills, […]
Aarti Sharma, GCSA’s Vice President of New School Development, has been selected as a member of the LEAD Atlanta class of 2019. Lead Atlanta is an eight-month leadership development and community development opportunity for metro area professionals between the ages of 27 and 34. The goal of Lead Atlanta is to provide Atlanta’s young leaders […]
This week, the Georgia Charter Schools Association kicked off the first cohort of the Charter Leadership Center. The sixth-month support program is the first of its kind in Georgia. The GCSA Charter Leadership Center was created to support new and aspiring charter leaders and will result in the development of a pipeline of well-qualified charter […]
In January, Charles R. Drew Charter School made the decision to hire its first Director of Culture and Equity. School administrators chose Drew parent Okorie Johnson for the new role. Among his many accomplishments, Johnson previously worked as an English teacher and supported the diversity department at The Westminster Schools. Johnson, who is a professional […]
T-Mobile’s EmpowerED™ Program aims to narrow America’s homework gap by providing off-campus devices and data plans to students at eligible schools and districts. THE CHALLENGE: Many families in the U.S. don’t have high-speed Internet at home. This problem is called the Digital Divide. But to succeed academically and compete in today’s digital world, every student […]
Charter School Capital: Why Partner With Us At Charter School Capital, we believe in the power of charter schools and their leaders to deliver quality education to families across the country. And we’re proud to provide the reliability and stability charter leaders require in order to better educate more students today—and in the future. Here […]