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 […]Read more
Informative blog postings on critical issues facing the Georgia Charter School movement.
Charles R. Drew Charter School has been named a 2018 National Green Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. The designation recognizes schools and districts that reduce environmental impact […]Read more
The State Board of Education approved a new five-year charter for Wesley International Academy during a board meeting held earlier this month. According to the Georgia Department of Education, the […]Read more
The True North Companies team brings over 60 years and $2 billion of development, finance and construction experience to help our clients achieve their mission and purpose by maximizing the value of their real estate investments. We believe education is the foundation on which communities and our country is built. By helping our education partners finance, develop, and build great facilities, we are using our time and talents to help make a difference in the world.Read more
When it’s time to talk about Health Insurance and Employee Benefits, do you run and hide or do you get excited about the conversation? So, that second option may be a stretch, but insurance doesn’t have to be confusing or a painful conversation.Read more
The following charter schools below were named the 2018 AP Honor Schools by the Georgia Department of Education. The department began recognizing AP Honor schools in 2008. The state is […]Read more
Success in beginning reading—learning how to turn print into meaning—is a key to reading success throughout students’ school career. Getting it right with evidence-based instruction is critical. To prevent students from falling behind and reduce the need for intervention, Zaner-Bloser® provides a comprehensive primary-grades curriculum for teaching the fundamentals of reading and writing: The Superkids Reading ProgramTM.Read more
Charter schools are becoming increasingly popular in school districts with already overcrowded public schools. Charter schools are publicly funded open to all students, and free of tuition as they are public schools. Charter schools frequently face lack of facility options and modular construction helps to alleviate these challenges.
Parents choose Charter Schools for their children because these schools have the freedom to operate away from some regulations that are mandated upon district schools. Charter Schools are held accountable for higher academic achievement, and the organization’s stability and financial management. Parents have the choice to remove their child and the schools can be closed if these performance goals are not met.Read more
The 2017-2018 school year marked the start of Westside Atlanta Charter School’s Middle Grades Program. The program serves fifth and sixth graders this year and will eventually go through the […]Read more
Innovate, Inspire, Invent – Science in Today’s Classroom Science instruction is evolving in order to better prepare the students of today for the STEM careers of tomorrow. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt […]Read more