Open Now: Registration for the 2024 Charter Advocacy Summit

By December 7, 2023 News

Advocacy and action that help YOUR school!

The charter movement notched big wins at the legislature this year. Understand how new policy changes benefit YOUR school—and what you can do to keep up the momentum.

Join other charter school board members, heads of school, and senior administrators for the Coalition’s 2024 Charter Advocacy Summit in Raleigh on March 7-8, 2024. We’ll share an official school flyer before Christmas—but you don’t need to wait until then to sign up. Registration is open NOW!

Our 2023 event was a resounding success, with 87 charter schools participating in our kick-off evening reception or Summit. In all, 200 charter operators, stakeholders, industry leaders, and lawmakers attended the reception, while 160 attended the Summit. What did participants think about the 2023 Summit? Read charter leaders’ testimonials.

We expect another very strong turnout in 2024!

Held at the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Hotel, our 2024 event will launch with a wine and appetizer reception on Thursday evening, March 7, followed by the day-long Summit on Friday, March 8. State Superintendent Catherine Truitt is a confirmed speaker and honoree at the evening reception.

“But, what does the Summit mean for ME?”

  • Learn what to expect from the new Charter Schools Review Board, with information about charter renewals, approvals, rules, and more.
  • Understand recent policy changes impacting your local funding, construction permitting, and county funds for facilities.
  • Hear the legislative outlook for the state’s charter movement, an analysis of 2024 election primary results, and a review of court cases affecting charter schools.

Register for the Summit here and book your hotel group rate here. Hotel reservations can be canceled up to 24 hours before the arrival date.

Questions? Contact Coalition Executive Director Lindalyn Kakadelis at
Kristen Blair

Author Kristen Blair

Kristen Blair is the communications director for the North Carolina Coalition for Charter Schools.

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