Facing key challenges in operating your charter school? Want to hear what other charter leaders are doing to aid in their school operations? Join us to discuss growth strategies for charter schools on Tuesday, October 4th at 9:30 a.m. PST/12:30 p.m. EST.
Our session will focus on the three core areas of growth – start-up, expansion and maturity – and what the key challenges and best practices are at each stage of growth. Learn how to work through operational issues, expanding teachers and staff, upgrading programs and technology, facilities options, and funding for charter schools.
Kendell Walton, Founder & President of Walton Business Management Solutions
Kendell Walton has a decade of experience helping companies with financial management in both the private and non-profit sectors. Kendell became involved in the charter school movement in 2010, and has worked with charter schools across multiple states, providing financial advice, budgeting supervision, and overseeing operational and facilities acquisition efforts.
Stuart Ellis, President & CEO, Charter School Capital
Stuart is the President and CEO of Charter School Capital, the nation’s leading provider of growth capital and facilities financing to charter schools nationwide. The company has provided in excess of $1.2 billion in support of 500+ charter schools educating more than 550,000 students across the country.
What you will learn:
- Best practices for growth and replication
- Funding options specific to your growth stage
- Lessons learned from charter school leaders