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Colorado League of Charter Schools
T
he Colorado Charter
Schools Conference
offers a wide array of professional
development and networking oppor-
tunities for a variety of charter school
audiences, including charter school
business managers.
Last year, the Conference featured
over 60 breakout sessions on a variety
of topics, including full strands on
“facilities funding, planning and
support,” “legal issues for charter
schools,” and “ensuring organizational
health – operations, finance and
supplemental programming.” There
were also a variety of breakout
sessions on marketing your school,
health and wellness, continuous
school improvement, and more.
The breakout sessions at the
Conference vary in expertise level.
There are sessions for new and veteran
charter school business managers
alike.
We are in the beginning stages of
creating programming for the 2014
Conference and need your input. If you
have ideas for topics that you would
like to see covered, or think you have
what it takes to be a presenter at the
upcoming Conference, please don’t
hesitate to email us at conference@
coloradoleague.org.
More information about the
Conference, including cost and how
to register is available soon at www.
coloradoleague.org/charterconference.
We hope to see you all at the
Conference in February!
Colorado League of Charter Schools Staff
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2014 COLORADO
CHARTER SCHOOLS
CONFERENCE
CHARTING THE FUTURE. 97,000 KIDS AND
COUNTING.
The Colorado League of Charter Schools will once again host
the annual Colorado Charter Schools Conference in February
2014. The event will take place February 20 and 21 at a new
location – the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, 7800 E. Tufts
Avenue, in Denver.
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