The Ed-Watch series is designed to increase access to information on what decisions are being made regarding public education in Clark County and Nevada.
State Public Charter School Authority (SPCSA)
What is the SPCSA & what are they responsible for? The SPCSA sponsors and oversees public charter schools across the State of Nevada. The Authority consists of seven appointed members responsible for overseeing educational and operational standards, and holding sponsored schools accountable to the academic achievement of students.
How often does the SPCSA Board meet? SPCSA members meet once monthly (three times in June)– on Fridays.
Click here for SPCSA meeting schedule and materials.
Can community members engage at SPCSA Board Meetings? All meetings are held publicly at the Nevada Department of Education building in Carson City and the Nevada Department of Education building in Las Vegas (2nd floor boardroom). Members of the public are invited to attend at either location. A time for public comment is provided at the beginning (for agenda items) and at the conclusion (on any matter) of each Board meeting. There is a time limit of three minutes per speaker. Members of the community providing testimony must fill out a visitor card, available on-site the day of the meeting.
Click here for a list of all SPCSA Members.
Click here for a list of all SPCSA sponsored schools.
Friday, March 8, 2019
State Public Charter School Authority Board Meeting
What happened at this meeting?
The Board Interviewed Candidates for SPCSA Executive Director Position
The Board interviewed five Executive Director applicants who were selected at the January 18, 2019 Authority Board meeting.
After deliberating, the Board selected the following three candidates, listed in order of their preference, whose names will be submitted to Governor Sisolak for review and final appointment:
- Rebecca Feiden (unanimous vote)
- Mark Modrcin (unanimous vote)
- Sami Randolph (5:1 vote)
Click here to see the application packets provided by the applicants.
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