Atlanta, GA – The rapid growth of public charter schools in Georgia has led the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA) to seek larger office space. Under a five-year lease agreement, the organization began operations in its new location at 211 Perimeter Center Parkway NE, on Monday, November 3, 2014. The move underscores the growth of […]
The October 10th issue of the Atlanta Business Chronicle features an outstanding special pull-out section on charter schools in Georgia. Articles cover charter school innovation, community demand for new schools, charter career academies, virtual charters. and more. All GCSA member schools are listed! Be sure to get a copy, or view Section C online.
Atlanta, GA – Allen Mueller, currently Executive Director of Innovation for Atlanta Public Schools (APS), has been named Executive Director of New Schools for Georgia (NS-GA) and will begin his new role in mid-November. NS-GA is a charter growth initiative launched and supported by the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA). The new charter growth initiative […]
Sheth Family Foundation Gift Helps Expand High Quality Charter School Options Atlanta, GA – An unanticipated gift to the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA), from the Sheth Family Foundation will have lasting and positive impact on public education in Georgia by increasing access to high quality public charter schools for thousands of students. The Foundation’s […]
CharterConfidential: www.charterconfidential.com We’re excited to announce the launch of CharterConfidential, a new blog by and for the charter school community in Georgia. CharterConfidential was created by charter school supporters who wanted a blog reflecting the voice of all the people whose lives are touched by charter schools. We are teachers, principals, students, parents, community leaders, ordinary citizens, advocates and activists. We […]
Friday, December 5, 2014
8:30 am to 4:30 pm
at The Museum School of Avondale Estates
Spend a full day with the GCSA School Services Team at this timely Summit dedicated to understanding the requirements of Georgia’s new (and mandatory) CCRPI College and Career Readiness Performance Index.
The day will include an in depth discussion of how the Achievement, Progress, and Achievement Gap components of CCRPI are calculated and used to evaluate overall school performance. You’ll also be able to bring your most recent CCRPI reports, plug them into our “calculator” and forecast opportunities for academic growth. We’ll talk about creating teams to collect, analyze and manage data, plus strategies for maximizing your score.