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The Charter School Law Group is a proud sponsor of the Colorado League of Charter Schools 2020 Leadership Summit.

This year’s VIRTUAL and EXPANDED Leadership Summit will bring together more than 200 school leaders and decision makers virtually from Monday to Wednesday, October 5-7, 2020 live online through our new learning platform. We invite you to join us to build knowledge, skill and connectivity around Legislative Policy, Advocacy, Academics, Funding, Leadership, HR, and continued adaptation to new learning structures.  

NEW this year, we are adding convenings for regional groups of charter schools to congregate and discuss challenges in their part of Colorado and for topical gatherings around school models to do the same. This is a great opportunity to learn about current needs at the schools across the state both geographical and topical.



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