Presentation proposal application and early registration now open for CSDC's 2016 California charter schools conference!
Published April 29, 2016 10:21
We are excited to announce the opening of early registration for the Charter Schools Development Center's annual California conference, the Charter School Leadership Update, which will be held on December 8-9, 2016 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.
2016 California Charter Schools Leadership
Gather your key staff and receive the latest updates
on the fiscal, policy, and instructional issues that
will affect your school during the 2016-17 school year.
Scheduled to coincide with California's annual policymaking cycle, CSDC's California charter schools conference is an annual gathering of nearly 1,000 charter school directors, CFOs, board members and other key personnel who will descend upon San Diego to receive timely updates on the critical issues facing their schools.
In addition to these updates (primarily delivered via an extended keynote by CSDC's Executive Director, Eric Premack, as well as CSDC's Education Finance and Policy Specialist, Joyce L. Montgomery), attendees also have the opportunity to participate in a handful of Extended Trainings & Workshops, dozens of high quality, no "fluff" breakout sessions, and a number of engaging networking opportunities.
CSDC is now accepting presentation proposals.
Sharing with school leaders from across the state can quickly multiply the impact of an effective practice. If your school is doing something particularly well or innovative, we strongly encourage you to consider presenting at this year's conference. Learn more about the different types of presentations for which we are accepting proposals and submit your idea. The final deadline to submit a proposal is June 20, 2016.
Register early and save. Prices increase July 31.
Guarantee your participation in this year's conference and save on your registration fees when you register by July 31, 2016. Rates for the two-day conference start as low as $385 per person.