SEA Communities of Practice: Linking High-Quality Charter Schools to Areas of Need
Authorizers and charter school leaders from across the country participated in an interactive webinar on August 18, 2010, Linking High-Quality Charter Schools to Areas of Need, which was hosted by the National Charter School Resource Center at Learning Point Associates. The featured presenter was Jose Cerda III, Vice President of Public Policy and Communications at IFF, who highlighted three recent IFF reports that describe the distribution of high-performing schools in Chicago, St. Louis, and Milwaukee. Greg Richmond, President and CEO of the National Association of Charter School Authorizers, discussed how IFF's methodology can be used by authorizers or Charter Schools Program grantees at state education agencies to increase the number of charter schools in communities that lack high-quality educational options.
- Opportunity-Rich Schools and Sustainable Communities: Seven Steps to Align High-Quality Education with Innovations in City and Metropolitan Planning and Development
- Accountability and High-Quality Charter Schools: Policies and Practices to Strengthen the Sector
- A New Model Law for Supporting the Growth of High-Quality Public Charter Schools
- Connecting Research to Practice: The Effects of Charter Schools—A Forum on Research, Practice, and Authorizing Policy
- Connecting Research to Practice: A Forum on Charter School Research, Practice, and Accountability