Always Prepped – A New MCPSA Partner!

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The Missouri Charter Public School Association is pleased to announce a new cooperative purchasing agreement has been established with Always Prepped! Always Prepped is the leading reporting and data solution for school administrators, principals, and teachers. Always Prepped has developed FERPA and COPA compliant technology that seamlessly allows you to integrate or upload excel reports […]

2014 Kansas City Governing Board Seminar Dates and Topics

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2014 Kansas City Governing Board Seminar Dates and Topics April 8, 2014 - Emergency Response Planning – To register, click here. May 21, 2014 – Fiduciary Responsibility and Charter School Financial Management – To register, click here. June 19, 2014 – Safe Schools Act and Student Discipline – To register, click here. July 24, 2014 – The Governing Board and School Leadership Relationship – Governing […]

2014 Saint Louis Governing Board Seminar Dates and Topics

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2014 Saint Louis Governing Board Seminar Dates and Topics April 17, 2014 - Emergency Response Planning – To register, click here. May 7, 2014 – Fiduciary Responsibility and Charter School Financial Management – To register, click here. June 12, 2014 – Safe Schools Act and Student Discipline – To register, click here. July 10, 2014 – The Governing Board and School Leadership Relationship – Governing […]

St. Louis Language Immersion Schools’ Language Immersion Co-Laboratory

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St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (SLLIS) was designed to combine language immersion and inquiry-based teaching in a public school environment. In our commitment to inquiry-based instruction and professional growth, SLLIS routinely sends teachers and administrators to visit peer schools across the US to learn from their practice. In our visits, we’ve learned that many of […]

Kauffman Foundation Research Paper Looks at Missouri Teacher Pension Systems

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From: www.kauffman.org Recommendations include alternative plans that provide mobile retirement benefits to new teachers (Kansas City, Mo.) Feb. 25, 2014 – Missouri’s complicated and disconnected educator retirement systems create staffing challenges, particularly for urban school districts. Reducing unnecessary complexity and making plans more mobile could help the state’s urban districts see greater success in recruiting and retaining […]