News and Updates
Commission Testifies at Joint Committee on Education Expansion and Accountability Hearning
MCPSC continues to protect the public's interest and access to quality public schools, through charter schools. Charter schools are held to an accountability system consisting of three parts: 1) Parent Choice, 2) State Standards, and 3) Sponsors. Districts are held to state standards through MSIP. Charters are held accountable to state standards through a performance contract. Quality sponsors hold charter schools accountable, as well as protect access and school autonomy. The result is public school choice regardless of income, innovative public schools, and a reduction of poor performing public schools.
Commission Requests Change in Regulations To Improve Quality
Robbyn Wahby, Executive Director of the Missouri Charter Public School Commission testified at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Regulation Hearing, requesting the department strengthen regulations concerning sponsor accountability.
Invitation For Bid: Communication Services
Qualified vendors are asked to bid on communication services for the Missouri Charter Public School Commission.
MCPSC Releases Invitation For Bid: Performance Contract Key Measures
Qualified vendors are encouraged to review the Invitation For Bid for MCPSC Performance Contract Key Measures. Return Bid No Later Than August 25, 2017 PM Central Time.
Commission Testifies in Favor of Charter School Expansion
Commissioner Delbert Scott and Executive Director Robbyn Wahby joined parents, school leaders, Missouri Chamber, Missouri Charter Public School Association and others in testifying in favor of the HCS HB634.