Learn secrets to measuring marketing analytics that Google will not tell you.Over 4,000 Google Analytics campaigns have taught us that Google’s online information will focus on raising your budget. We will cover data collection and reporting metrics that directly benefit your business. Learn a better understanding of your users demographics, and measuring return on investment.
This powerful new webinar teaches Marketers and Webmasters the secrets to Google Analytics’ setup and goals that Google’s online help leaves out. Setting up the foundation is the key to measuring return on investment. These will be very clear, superbly detailed, set-up techniques for goals and admin that will make a tremendous impact in your business.
This week’s meeting will focus on the enrollment process. We will talk about the enrollment paperwork, the lottery process, and things you should remember when accepting students to your school. In addition, we will provide general tips regarding governance as you move into becoming a Board that works “in the sunshine.”
This will be a virtual meeting of the New School Instituted. These trainings are established to provide guidance to groups who are working to open a new charter school in the near future. The meetings are held virtually using Go To Meeting. You will be able to join the meeting by going to
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/736756021, you can either use audio through your computer (it is recommended only if you have a headset or headphones, or you can also dial in using your phone. The dial-in number will be (408) 650-3123, and the access code is: 736-756-021.
The Charter Support Unit was recently renewed for a second year to provide assistance to charter schools through their first contract renewal. This webinar will provide basic information about the background and services offered by the CSU as well as answer any questions participants may have. We also will be open to accepting any suggestions participants may have about the types of services which would be helpful to them.
The Florida Educational Finance Program provides funds to public schools, including charter schools. The funding is based on the data reported during the state reporting weeks. The first reporting week is quickly approaching falling on October 12-16 this year. It is essential that charter schools carefully ensure all data is entered and reported correctly in order to receive accurate funding from the state. Just having the students enrolled does not guarantee you will receive accurate funding, there are many components to the funding formula. This presentation provided a broad overview of the reporting requirements, reminding you of some of the essential points to remember as you ensure your data is correct during the survey week. Ms, Kendra Jahnke of the Department of Education’s Bureau of PK-12 Education Information Services will lead this discussion to help schools prepare for Survey Two.