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Welcome to LAPCS’ 10th Anniversary Celebration at the Louisiana Charter Schools Conference! Use this site to browse our sessions, speakers, and make your own schedule. Questions? Email us at info@lacharterschools.org
Thursday, December 14 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Bridging the Divide: District Charter Relations

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As the charter school sector continues to grow in cities and states around the country, we will hear from ways in which districts and authorizers are working to create better partnerships with the charter schools in their districts.

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Kenneth Campbell

STEM Curriculum Specialist, Idea Public Schools
Ken is a native of Mississippi who has lived in Louisiana for the past 9 years, a respected education leader in Baton Rouge, and a national expert on quality charter school policy. Ken brings decades of experience creating exceptional education opportunities for children to his position... Read More →

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Chris Meyer

CEO, New Schools for Baton Rouge
Chris is a former educator who has been involved in local reform efforts in instrumental ways before founding New Schools for Baton Rouge in 2012. Chris led the Recovery School District’s Office of Portfolio and served alongside State Superintendent Paul Pastorek, where he pioneered... Read More →
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Scott Pearson

Executive Director, DC Public Charter School Board
Scott Pearson is the Executive Director of the DC Public Charter School Board (DC PCSB). Since joining DC PCSB in 2012, Mr. Pearson has implemented significant reforms in how the Board approves and oversees charter schools, making it a national model for charter school authorizing... Read More →
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Joe Siedliecki

Associate Commissioner, Texas Education Agency
Joe Siedlecki is the Associate Commissioner for School Improvement, Innovation, and Charters at the Texas Education Agency. Before joining TEA, he spent ten years with the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation where he leads their Quality School Options initiative to advance the portfolio... Read More →