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EdTec Announces Partnership with Friday

May 22, 2020 EdTec is excited to announce a new partnership with Friday, a strategy and design firm supporting charter schools with strategic planning, branding, and program design. After years of working closely with Annie Crangle, a former educator turned strategist, EdTec can now tap into her firm’s full capabilities to offer unique value to […]

From Crisis Management to Strategic Planning: A Four-Step Framework

(Part One of a Two-Part Series) By Guest Blogger Annie Crangle, Partner, Friday In the last few weeks, I’ve spoken with school administrators, lawyers, financial advisors, and educational consultants about the new realities that K-12 schools are about to encounter. As you can imagine, these conversations have felt overwhelming. This pandemic has underscored our vulnerability, […]

Resources to Help Schools Navigate the COVID-19 Crisis

Originally published March 12, 2020; last updated July 9, 2020 Amid growing concerns of the rising threat of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, many governments, businesses, families, and schools are facing the responsibility of developing a response plan. School leaders also need to be ready to answer questions from concerned students, parents, and staff, as well as […]

What California Charter Leaders Need to Know About Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Assistance

By Annice Weinstein, Senior Manager, Assessment Data & Analysis February 18, 2020 The California Department of Education (CDE) just released the list of schools that qualify for Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) assistance based on the 2019 CA School Dashboard. All schools in California qualify for either General Assistance, Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI), or […]

What California Charter Leaders Need to Know About Testing Participation Rates

By Annice Weinstein, Senior Manager, Assessment Data & Analysis January 15, 2020 EdTec’s data specialists put together a tool that makes it easy for any school to check their 2019 participation rates. Click here to review your 2019 participation rates for ELA and math, schoolwide and for each student group. In Spring 2020, the testing […]