Archive for November, 2014

Keep teachers and students healthy during flu season

As the fall quickly moves into winter, adults and children around the country are avoiding their peers' germs out of fear of falling victim to flu and cold season. Charter schools have to ensure that teachers are practicing good habits…

How can charter schools recruit and retain the best talent?

When it comes to managing effective charter schools, recruiting and retaining teachers are some of the most crucial aspects to a successful educational experience. Students benefit from dedicated educators, while administrators improve the workplace environment for current and new teachers…

The key to effective educators lies in engagement

From recruiting new teachers to maintaining positive relationships with existing employees, charter school administrators have to follow numerous best practices for human resources. Educational institutions are hotbeds for many worker issues, such as sick days, administrative leave and salaries. One…

How teachers can de-stress after long school days

From juggling lesson plans to managing multiple classrooms, charter school teachers encounter countless stressful environments during the year. It's important that these valued employees learn how to de-stress after a long day. Recognizing the importance of de-stressing To test various…

How charter schools remain compliant with civil rights

Schools in the U.S. – private or public – must comply with specific obligations mandated by the state to remain fully functional. This not only requires administrators to maintain high academic standards for their students, but to also protect teachers…