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Charter School Capital is the Gold Sponsor at the National Charter School Conference

Charter School Capital

May 1, 2017


We’re heading back to Washington D.C. June 11-14 for the National Charter Schools Conference put on by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. This the annual conference where charter leaders and those supporting the charter movement come together to share ideas and learn. The Charter School Capital team is excited to continue its long-standing key level sponsorship support for the conference and the national charter school movement.
This year our team is presenting two informative breakout sessions to help charter leaders in both facilities options available and marketing efforts that benefit student enrollment marketing. Our first breakout on Monday, 6/12 is on funding options for facilities “I Need a Better Facility for My School. Now What?” with our President and CEO Stuart Ellis and Mike Morley, President and CEO at American Charter Development. Our second breakout session is on Tuesday, 6/13, “Digital Marketing 101 for Charter Schools – What You Need to Be Successful,” led by our VP of Marketing Kim Brater joined by Michael Barber, Founder and President of barber+hewitt and Scott Kauffman, Partner at Lucid Agency.
This year’s theme is “Educate. Innovate. Engage” to continue with the goals of greater growth for charter schools and offering innovative opportunities for sessions that strive to tackle many of the issues and challenges facing charter school leaders today. Last year’s conference in Nashville had more than 4,500 attendees, 130 breakout sessions and lots of opportunity for connecting with fellow charter leaders. The 2017 conference should be even bigger and better as charter leaders descend upon our nation’s capital.
Check back as our team will continue to share information about the conference on our blog and social media (if you haven’t followed us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or other channels check us out). We look forward to seeing you in June at the conference in Washington, DC!

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