Five L.A. high schools run by Green Dot Public Schools are among the best in the nation at preparing students for college, according to Newsweek.
On Tuesday, August 26, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) released its fourth annual Portrait of the Movement: Five Year Retrospective - A Charter Sector Growing in Numbers and Strength, a report that highlights trends that indicate that tens of thousands of students are being educated in better performing charter schools than just five years ago.
Take action today and ask Governor Brown to veto AB 913 and SB 1263.
Andrew is investigating best-practices in small-dollar giving programs, as well as a plan to create a teacher-led political action committee as a Leadership for Educational Equity fellow.
CCSA’s 4th Annual Portrait of the Movement tells the story of what has happened in California’s charter school movement over the past five years, why it has happened, and what can be done to ensure continued growth and momentum in the sector.
CCSA’s 4th Annual Portrait of the Movement report tells the story of what has happened in California’s charter school movement over the past five years, why it has happened, and what can be done to ensure continued growth and momentum in the sector.
Maddie Toll is a senior politics major from Occidental College in Los Angeles who is working this summer as the Alumni Advocacy Fellow.
Jed Wallace, president and CEO of CCSA, issued the following statement today celebrating the Assembly passing AB 948.
Lilliane Ballesteros is an Education Pioneers fellow who worked with the CCSA Advocates team this summer.
New poll reveals that 7 out of 10 Americans favor charter schools.
The Truth About Charters debunks myths and provides responses based on facts and independent research findings.
Write Senate Appropriations Chairman Kevin de Leόn TODAY and urge him to pass AB 948 off of the Suspense File. This important bill will allow more charter schools that serve low income students to apply for facilities funding.
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