ESE’s School-Based Telehealth & Teletherapy Grant Program gives school systems the ability to obtain the resources needed to implement self-sustaining, revenue-generating, school-based telehealth and teletherapy programs throughout their school community. […]
Monday, Nov. 7 & Wednesday, Nov. 9 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. REGISTER NOW! Participants will learn best practices for the entire procurement cycle, policy and regulatory implications, the relationship […]
Register now for the 2022 National Charter Schools Conference in Washington, DC, June 19-22! The National Charter Schools Conference is where the movement meets. NCSC brings together the top charter school educators, advocates, and leaders from around the country to share their best practices and lead conversations that will challenge our thinking. Everyone should feel seen and respected at the conference and know they play a critical role in shaping public education.
GCSA is holding a Charter Schools Week Planning call on Wednesday, May 4, at noon to help member schools finalize preparation for National Charter Schools Week. This year, we’re working in collaboration […]
ATLANTA – The Georgia Charter Schools Association is excited to welcome Beverly James as our Director of Advocacy Communications. In this new Atlanta-focused role, Beverly will work directly with charter […]
The Georgia Charter Schools Association is excited to welcome Beverly James as our Director of Advocacy Communications. In this new Atlanta-focused role, Beverly will work directly with charter schools in the Atlanta Public Schools district and state charter schools with students living in the APS attendance zone. Also, she will manage existing, and build new relationships with Atlanta elected officials, stakeholders and partners. Beverly is incredibly excited to use her depth of experience and passion for public education to advocate for children in the city of Atlanta and the state of Georgia.
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