2018 NMCCS Annual Conference
November 9 – 10, 2018
Please save November 9th and 10th to participate in our 2018 leadership event: Climbing Higher!
This year’s conference will be different in look and feel and will focus on leveraging local and national expertise to plan for your school’s future and to inform our advocacy.
Each day of Climbing Higher will provide for morning sessions to learn about best practices and the broader charter context in which we work. The afternoons will be reserved for deep working sessions on topics relevant to charter administrators such as facility planning, student recruitment, and preparing for your renewal. Work sessions will also be leveraged to inform the Coalition’s policy agenda for this Winter’s legislative session.
Climbing Higher allows for governing board members to obtain all 8 required hours of training on both the 9th and the 10th. The goal of Climbing Higher is to provide everyone with something tangible to take back to their schools to improve education for all students.
What is a Charter School?
A charter school is a tuition-free public school established by contract with an authorizer, which in New Mexico is either local school district or the Public Education Commission, to provide choice in public education for parents, students and educators. charter school is independently designed and operated and committed to improving the academic achievement of every student, regardless of personal circumstances. Today, over 22,000 New Mexico students attend one of 100 charter schools across the state.
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