Webinar: Top Five Financial Mistakes Charter Schools Make…And How to Avoid Them

Join us for our live webinar this week!

We’re going to answer one really important question, “How do we avoid the top financial mistakes that charter schools make?” We’re being joined by some leaders of Desert Star Academy, SALTech, and Wayne Preparatory – and they’ll be generously and bravely sharing the mistakes they’ve made as charter leaders, and of course how they solved those problems for the future.
We presented some of this content at the National Charter School Conference in Austin, Texas last month to a standing-room-only audience, so we’re bringing it back as a webinar for those that weren’t able to make it out to Austin. Join us to understand the five mistakes and you’ll walk away armed with the tools you’ll need to avoid them.
Our esteemed panelists:
Margie Montgomery, Founder / Executive Director, Desert Star Academy
Michael LaRoche, Founder / Executive Director, SALTech Charter High School
Sharon Thompson, Chairman of the Board, Wayne Preparatory Academy
Tricia Blum, Head of Business Consulting, Charter School Capital

Top Five Financial Mistakes Charter Schools Make…And How to Avoid Them
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
9:00 a.m. PT/ 12:00 p.m. ET

We hope to see you there!

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