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Step Two: Webinar Training for Latino Board Fellows

April 19, 2017 by Charter Board Partners

In the ongoing six-month Latino Board Fellows program for Boston-based Latinos committed to education, Carrie Irvin led a webinar last week for the 11 Latino Board Fellows in the program.

Building, Engaging, and Activating a Community:  CBP’s Upcoming Convening for Board Members of Color

January 26, 2017 by Carrie C. Irvin, Sid Smith

Charter Board Partners is excited to announce our upcoming convening for charter school board members of color in Washington, DC. This blog post shares some of the questions we'll be addressing and offers our reasons for organizing this discussion.

Is Governance Having a Moment?

October 14, 2016 by Carrie C. Irvin

Lots of governance talk this week! Here's CBP's take. We're excited to see partners and friends across sectors focus on the importance of strong and diverse boards.

A Welcome Spotlight on DC’s Charter School Board Members

September 29, 2016 by Carrie C. Irvin

The Thomas B. Fordham Institute and Bellwether Education released a report today, "Charter School Boards in the Nation's Capital." CBP offers our thoughts about the report's recommendations.

Want a Great New School? Get the Board on Board

July 01, 2016 by Carrie C. Irvin

In collaboration with Tom Vander Ark, CBP CEO Carrie Irvin offers some thoughts for school founders about the importance of building a strong board from the start.

Shining a Light on our Blind Spots

March 09, 2015 by Raël Nelson James

When facing the unique challenges of today's diverse population, what is your boards "blind spot"?

GreatBoards Series: Working Hard for the Money

December 02, 2014 by Beth Moore

What do great boards do to raise and use their resources wisely? They follow these five key indicators of good financial health. (4 of 6)

Special Series: Digging In on Diversity

June 25, 2014 by Raël Nelson James

Building diverse boards; making diversity meaningful.