Federal Funding is Crucial for our Charter Schools By: Douglas P. Thaman Thousands more of St. Louis’ children could soon get their shot at achieving the American dream and be on the path toward getting prepared for a career of their choice. Or not, depending on what happens in Washington over the coming months as […]
What is Blueprint4Summer? A web app providing easy mobile access to summer camps and events in the local area so you can plan your summer around fun activities. Click Here to Learn More!
Missouri Charter Public School Association and Charter Board Partners Join Forces to Improve the Quality of Public Charter Schools Today the Missouri Charter Public School Association (MCPSA) and Charter Board Partners (CBP) announced a partnership with the goal of strengthening public charter school governing boards across the State of Missouri. Through this partnership, charter schools, […]
For Immediate Release February 18, 2015 Charter School Governing Board Makes A Responsible, Student-Centered Decision In 2001, the Construction Careers Center High School (CCC), a charter public school in St. Louis, opened their doors for the first time. Through an exciting partnership with the Associated General Contractors of Missouri, the CCC Governing Board, leadership, […]
The Data Dashboard is an online tool that Missouri families can use to find a quality public school for their children. This unique tool graphs Missouri state test scores from 2007 to present for Kansas City and St. Louis public schools, including both public charter and public district schools. It allows you to compare each […]
Program Overview The MCPSA Preferred Business Partners Network leverages the purchasing power of Missouri Charter Public Schools and expands access to high quality, cost-saving products and services. Participating in MCPSA’s vendor program will give you direct access to more than 45 charter school business and operations managers. Through our online market place, vendor directory, annual […]
BAFC Consulting – Experience and Commitment to Help Charter Schools Succeed Bette Morff – Federal Programs Consultant Karren Colbert – Curriculum and Instruction Consultant