Are you interested in becoming a part of one of the most unique all girl charter schools in the state of Georgia? If so, please check out Ivy Preparatory Academy. We pride ourselves on providing quality rigorous instruction in a single gender environment. Recently, there have been many national and international endorsements advocating for the creation of more single-gender schools and classrooms. Research has shown that gender separate classrooms increases student achievement and broadens educational horizons.
For Immediate Release July 25, 2018 Ethos Classical, Harriet Tubman School of Science and Technology, TCAAD, and Yi Hwang Academy Approved by the State Charter Schools Commission ATLANTA – Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA) is proud to announce that all three of the GCSA charter incubator schools that applied for state approval received […]
The International Community School (ICS) seeks a Director of Development who will be responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy including public relations, major gifts, foundation grants, government grants, fundraising events, direct marketing campaigns, corporate giving and sponsorship, and capital campaign support.
The Director of Development will manage existing and forge new relationships to build ICS’s visibility and increase its financial resources for current programs and new initiatives.
Three new charter schools are opening in Georgia this fall. In Atlanta Public Schools, KIPP Soul Primary School starts classes on Wednesday, July 25. SLAM Academy of Atlanta, a state-authorized charter school located in the city of Atlanta, is scheduled to open on Wednesday, Aug. 1. International Charter Academy of Georgia, a state-authorized charter school […]
Two Fulton County charter schools are changing their names. Latin Grammar School and Latin College Prep will now be known as RISE Grammar School and RISE PREP Collectively, the schools will be known as The RISE Schools. RISE is short for “Reaching Innovative Solutions in Education.” Students, parents, staff members and other community stakeholders were all […]
GCSA is offering a teacher symposium on Saturday, Sept. 22. “Creating a Culture of Engagement in the Classroom” 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 and actively engaged in their learning. FREE registration for GaTAPP […]
New board members of locally-approved charter schools must receive three (3) hours of Financial Governance Training within their first year of service. The Finance and Budget Office of the Georgia Department of Education is the only provider who can deliver the training. The two options to receive the training are follows: 1. The Department of Education offers […]
In addition to professional development for boards and leaders, GCSA also specializes in training for teachers, academic leaders and support staff. The following list includes topics that we are highlighting for the 2018-2019 school year. To schedule training, please contact Elisa Falco, at email@example.com. Topic: Classroom Management Strategies that Work Objective: To provide classroom teachers […]
ICS in Decatur is seeking a teacher assistant for a student who requires one-to-one assistance throughout the school day. Candidates should hold, or be eligible for, a Paraprofessional certification from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).
● Manages space and operation of the school Parent Resource Center
● Selects and purchases appropriate materials for parent check-out
● Develops and maintains a Parent Library and provides training for parents in the use of materials
● Assists parents with the understanding of Title I Part A, NCLB, AYP, report cards, learning compacts, assessments, progress reports, Parent Rights & Responsibilities, etc.
The Special Education teacher is primarily responsible for providing appropriate supports for students with learning differences at RISE Grammar (Grades K-4). Additionally, the teacher will manage a caseload of students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), serving as the liaison between the school and families, and as the scholar’s main advocate in the classroom.