Charter School Resources
Charter schools are one of the innovative educational endeavors used to meet the wide range of needs for a variety of learners. Our goals is to help districts and charter schools with the legal framework, policies and leadership skills that ensure beneficial relationships among districts, charters and communities.
OSBA's experienced leadership, policy and legal staffs help school district boards understand charter law, comply with procedural requirements and make informed, well-reasoned decisions.
Many school districts throughout the state may be receiving charter school applications this spring.
OSBA offers valuable services for public charter schools.
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Charter Schools PublicationsLearn the importance of charter policies and what’s different about them.
OSBA helps create the best policy format available by hosting your policy manual on our Web server and making it available to your staff and community. The annual subscription fee includes:--OSBA's quarterly Policy Update subscription --OSBA's policy maintenance service (OSBA will maintain the policy manual to include updating any policies changed by board action.) --The online policy manual is instantly available to your staff and community.--The online policy manual includes hyperlinks to ORSs and OARs. A one-time setup fee of $600 and a $1,800 to $4,200 formatting fee (depending on the condition of your electronic policy manual) will get your district started.
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Charter Schools Related LinksEditorially independent education magazine published monthly by the National School Boards Association.
How do you make sense out of mountains of education data? What education research is credible? Where do education leaders go to learn about successful programs by districts like theirs? Visit this site sponsored by the NSBA and the National School Boards Foundation.
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