Should Charter Teachers and Students be Facebook Friends?

Posted on: January 30, 2015 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

Should Charter Teachers and Students be Facebook Friends? Given the sometimes more casual atmosphere of charter schools versus regular public schools that must adhere to strict district rules and regulations, teachers and student may have a more open communication standard in the classroom. But should this stay in the classroom? More and more frequently, especially […] Read More

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How do Charter School Standards Affect Insurance Risks?

Posted on: December 17, 2014 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

How do Charter School Standards Affect Insurance Risks? Back in July, we published a post discussing how charter school insurance risks differ from public school risks. In the post, we talked about how charter schools are judged heavily on how well they’re able to meet the student achievement goals established by their charter contracts; in […] Read More

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Is Discrimination Allowed In Private Schools?

Posted on: November 10, 2014 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

Is Discrimination Allowed In Private Schools? It’s no secret that public schools are run much differently than private or charter schools. In fact, some individuals believe that private and charter schools could have a negative impact, while others strongly advocate the use of both. What’s interesting though, is that while discrimination is clearly illegal in […] Read More

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Charter School Insurance: Educator Professional Liability

Posted on: October 7, 2014 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

Charter School Insurance: Educator Professional Liability In recent years, there has been a lot of controversy in regards to charter schools and whether or not they are beneficial. Unfortunately, it’s nearly impossible to get an accurate comparison of the different types of education available, since there are so many variables to consider; such as funding, […] Read More

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How Charter School Insurance Risks Differ From Public Schools – Part 2

Posted on: September 18, 2014 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

How Charter School Insurance Risks Differ From Public Schools – Part 2 Last month, we explored some of the differences between charter schools and public schools, noting that charter schools are not held to the same rules and regulations as public schools are, however this could play a role in increasing their insurance risks. In […] Read More

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How Charter School Insurance Risks Differ From Public Schools – Part 1

Posted on: July 23, 2014 by Charter & Private Schools Coverage

How Charter School Insurance Risks Differ From Public Schools – Part 1 When setting up an insurance policy for a client, it’s imperative that you correctly target and create the policy as it should be designed for their specific business or organization. One industry where this can get tricky is in the education industry, as […] Read More

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