These resources focus entirely on the hiring of instructional staff. Topics covered include teacher certification, recruitment strategies, establishing competency criteria, and developing indicators.
This resource will help charter schools decide what type of health insurance to offer their employees. It provides the basic options for healthcare plans, cafeteria plans and funding options.
These resources, designed to assist in the interview and hiring process for business staff, provides an extensive list of sample questions, evaluation templates, job description samples and more.
Proper insurance is important for charter schools from inception to maturity. This FAQ document answers many common questions that charter schools have regarding insurance packages.
This presentation, originally facilitated by Burke Consulting in 2012, provides an overview of best practices when it comes to recruiting and hiring quality business staff.
Opening a Charter School for the first time is a daunting task. This checklist from the SUNY Charter School Institute helps new Charter Schools keep track of every important action item necessary for Start-Up for schools that are authorized by SUNY CSI.
The New York City Charter School Center has prepared this helpful list meant for new Charter Schools who are staffing up for the first time. Key Business Functions are listed along with a brief description of each one's duties and responsibilities.
These sample medical, dental and vision plans from various providers can aid charter schools’ human resources and operations teams through decisions related to employee benefits and health insurance coverage.
This presentation is part of the New School Development Program commissioned by the New York City Charter School Center. Created by charter school expert Cynthia Millinger, Meaningful Professional Development Planning is a guide for new charter schools who need to develop a program that maximizes teachers' time and resources in an efficient manner.
In June 2010, The NewTeacher Project (TNTP) partnered with 37 charter school campuses in Washington, D.C. to conduct an analysis of their talent management practices. The goal was to create an index of Instructional Culture that would help uncover what sets top performing charter school teachers apart.