2017 CA Charter Schools Conference: Breakout Sessions Announced

Published September 18, 2017 16:52

Having recently announced the workshops and keynotes for this year's conference, CSDC is now excited to unveil the full breakout session lineup for the 2017 California Charter Schools Leadership Update Conference, which will be held on November 16-17, 2017, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego.

Explore the Breakout Sessions

Conference Pre-Event Program (PDF)

One way to browse this year's conference breakout sessions is by downloading the 2017 Conference Pre-Event Program, which also contains general information about the event, including tips for traveling to and staying at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, a schedule overview, and additional details regarding conference workshops and keynote presentations.

Download the PDF here.

Sessions by Topic

You can also view this year's breakout sessions on the conference website (, which organizes the sessions into broad topical themes, including:

About the Conference

Held every fall as charter leaders return to their campuses, CSDC's annual statewide charter conference, the Charter Schools Leadership Update, is designed to provide California's charter school movement with the skills and knowledge it will need to thrive during the school year ahead.

To achieve this goal, CSDC places an emphasis on training, offering a variety of extended trainings and workshops. We schedule dozens of high-quality, no "fluff" breakout sessions. We provide ample formal and informal networking opportunities. And we invite thought-provoking guest speakers to discuss their perspective on the latest, "hot button" charter issues.


Regular registration is open now through October 27, 2017. Rates increase during the late registration period beginning October 28.

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