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.
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.
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.
Students aged 14-17 who work part time, including summer employment, are required to have “employment certificates” (often called Working Papers) issued by the school. The process includes obtaining required documentation, such as a doctor’s note.
These simple, yet effective tools will aid your school in engaging with your elected officials, local decision-makers, parents and more.
The Charter Center drafted a detailed memo to help schools understand how the legislation impacts their work surrounding charter cap restrictions, and more.
The Charter Center’s analysis of enrollment patterns and charter school expansion in NYC reveals robust growth that is difficult to ignore.