Jun 08 2021
Recent California legislation placed direct focus on the performance of charter school governing boards. Among other changes, SB 126 (Leyva) made most charter school governing boards subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, which guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in public meetings of local legislative bodies.
In addition, local authorizers have added further scrutiny to the training and effective governance of charter school boards when schools come before them for charter renewal.
This issue of the Board Bulletin highlights four constructive, customizable tools from CSDC that your school can use to increase the professionalism and effectiveness of your governing board.
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