Examples of student discipline codes, including those from the panel discussion “Student Discipline and School Culture” held at the Charter Center in October 2015.
A short guide to the basic procedural requirements for due process when suspending or expelling a student. Includes examples of language for the student or family handbook to ensure families are aware of their rights and responsibilities. First released during the panel discussion “Student Discipline and School Culture” held at the Charter Center in October 2015.
Below are resources originally shared at the Fiscal Controls and Integrity for Charters panel discussion at the NYC Charter School Center in May 2014 in collaboration with Barr and Co. LLP, The Bronx Charter School for Better Learning, The Staten Island Community Charter School, Charter School Business Management (CSBM), the New York State Education Department (NYSED).
Experience advises that the decision-makers of new schools – and in fact, schools of every vintage – must look to 10 management checkpoints to maximize the ability of their school building to serve the community best, most cost efficiently, and for the longest possible time.
The electronic lottery is a simple and transparent option for conducting your school's annual lottery. This demo video provides you with step-by-step instructions for conducting an electronic lottery as well as many best practices.
This form is used to expedite certification-related services with NYSED for charter schools.
New charter school teachers (and the human resources staff of every charter school) can use this as a guide when joining your team.