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The Power of Instructional Coaching

The Power of Instructional Coaching

Have you considered how instructional coaching might impact student achievement and ultimately scores within your charter system? Teacher coaching has emerged as a promising alternative to traditional professional development normally offered by charter schools. Informal, classroom-based instructional coaching has proven effective in solidifying teacher content knowledge and pedagogy and aided in teacher retention.

Coaching can […]

Guest Blog: Supporting scholars’ emotional intelligence

Guest Blog: Supporting scholars’ emotional intelligence

First day of school at Austin Achieve.

First day of school at Austin Achieve.

By Mackee Mason, Austin Achieve High School Principal

Last week, a scholar told me, “Mr. Mason, I am in the red, and I need to talk to […]

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Student Enrollment: Recruitment Begins Today

Student Enrollment: Recruitment Begins Today

By Luz Gonzalez, SchoolMint, TCSA Solution Provider

There’s no rest for student enrollment staff on public charter school campuses. But TCSA Solution Provider SchoolMint can take the guesswork out of strategizing for this next year’s student recruitment effort.

Join SchoolMint student enrollment experts for a FREE, one-hour webinar on […]

Guest Blog: Podcast for Principals

Guest Blog: Podcast for Principals

Herbert O'Neil (left) and Troy Mooney (right) of Life School.

Herbert O’Neil (left) and Troy Mooney (right) of Life School.

By Troy Mooney, Life School Chief Academic Officer

Principals make many crucial decisions each day, often with limited information, inadequate resources […]

Guest Blog: TCSA Charter Start “Critical to Approval”

Guest Blog: TCSA Charter Start “Critical to Approval”

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By: Philip Muzzy, Co-Founder Ki Charter Academy

Understanding the competitive nature of the Texas charter application process, we felt that it was imperative from day one to seek the Texas Charter Schools Association team for guidance. We were applying for the 501(c)3 when we first contacted […]