By the EdTec Client Management Team March 22, 2018 In our last blog post, we covered the first two phases of the audit cycle: Auditor Solicitation and Auditor Engagement. In this post, we’ll take a deeper dive into the third phase, the Pre-Audit. This phase occurs between April and June, and involves the auditor’s first visit to the […]
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EdTec is proud to be a sponsor, exhibitor, and presenter at the 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference! The conference will take place in San Diego from March 26-28, 2018. EdTec staff, along with our partner organizations and schools, will present 11 breakout sessions and poster sessions, as well as two sessions at the School Developer Summit. […]
March 1, 2018 EdTec is excited to be a Platinum Sponsor of the 15th annual Georgia Charter Schools Conference! The conference takes place March 5-7, 2018 at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center in Atlanta, Georgia. We’re proud to work together with the Georgia Charter Schools Association to support Georgia charters, and we’re looking […]
February 28, 2018 EdTec will be attending the 2018 Colorado Charter Schools Conference as an exhibitor and presenter! The conference takes place March 1-2. 2018 in Denver, Colorado at the Marriott Denver Tech Center. We’ll be at Booth #R11, so be sure to stop by to say hello to our team members and learn how our […]
By Guest Blogger Jonathan Kaufman, Co-Founder & Principal of Third Plateau One of the biggest missed opportunities we see among charter schools is operating without a strategic plan in place. LCAPs and charter renewals are necessary and useful, but they are far from a substitute for a strong strategic plan. For most school leaders, that then begs the question, […]
By Annice Weinstein, Senior Manager, Assessment Data & Analysis December 14, 2017 Charter renewal is a very time intensive process, and it can be even more demanding if you haven’t already collected the necessary performance data. The following three steps will set you up to have your data ready when the time comes to start […]