Events & Training

Upcoming Events & Training

Child Abuse/Neglect Identification & Reporting
Date & Time: 8/18/2022 from 10-11 AM
Audience: Charter School Leaders
Speakers: Annette Arroyo from the Center of Child Protection (CCP)
Description: Join the Center of Child Protection's Annette Arroyo for an overview of the requirements for identifying and reporting suspected child abuse. Learn from CCP what all schools (including charter schools) must do when staff suspect a child is being abused or neglected. Learn about the signs school staff should be aware of and what steps they must take. Join this webinar live to have your questions answered in real time.


Building Repeatable & Sustainable School Processes

Date & Time: 8/25/2022 from 10-11 AM
Audience: Charter School Leaders, Operational Leaders/Staff and COOs
Speakers: Matthew Barron, Casey Carter and Dan Gohl
Description: In this webinar, we will be joined by Matthew Barron, CEO of Cariina, Casey Carter, Former President of National Heritage Academies, and Dan Gohl, Former Chief Academic Officer of Houston ISD. We will focus on how to build replicable and sustainable instructional processes. We will discuss how proper systems build institutional memory, increase transparency, and help to properly allocate resources. Public schools, including charters, use Cariina for a wide variety of processes that include maintenance requests, IT tickets, counselor referrals, Chromebook repairs, facility rentals, Medicaid reimbursements, and workers' compensation requests. Please complete this survey prior to the live webinar so we can adjust the content to address all your questions and concerns: Click here for the survey!


Partner with Industry Volunteers to Transform Computer Science Education

Date & Time: 9/8/2022 from 2-3 PM
Audience: CTE leaders/educators, Charter School Leaders
Speakers: Nagma Meharali and Ryan Torbey from Microsoft TEALS Program
Description: There is an increasing demand for computer science courses, yet a shortage of teachers with subject matter expertise. The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program partners high school teachers with volunteers from industry to team-teach computer science (CS) and cybersecurity content. In this session, learn more about how volunteer support can help build CS pathways. Industry volunteers and partner teachers create a ripple effect, impacting the students they teach, and the many students who will study CS in the future. Attendees will be able to explain the importance of building an equitable CS program. Attendees will be able to explain how volunteer support can assist in building the CS program. Attendees will be able to describe how they can gain access to volunteers to help build the CS program. Join us live to have all your questions answered!

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