Response to Washington Post story "Report: Millions of dollars in fraud, waste found in charter school sector"
Read CCSA’s response to the Washington Post article “Report: Millions of dollars in fraud, waste found in charter school sector”
Read CCSA’s Statement on the Assembly Education Committee Passage of AB 1198 and AB 1426.
Sierra Academy of Expeditionary Learning charter public school is demonstrating the power of project-based, hands-on learning.
Families put legislators on notice about voting on charter school bills.
The results of a comprehensive statewide facilities study, “An Analysis of The Charter Schools Facility Landscape in California,” was released today offering insight into the facilities issues charter schools face throughout the state of California.
The poll released today by Children Now affirms enthusiasm for the new standards and their emphasis on critical thinking.
Report offers insight into the facilities issues charter schools face throughout the state of California and synthesizes comprehensive data collected and analyzed in 2014 from schools across the state.
More than 100 hundred parents, students, teachers and charter leaders will gather and stand in unity to send a message that votes on legislation in Sacramento impacting charters public schools are important to Richmond families.
Read CCSA’s new report challenging the notion that charter public schools serve fewer students with disabilities than traditional public schools.
Report debunks myths about charter school special education enrollment.
Today CCSA issued the following statement in response to the ruling by the California Supreme Court in CCSA v. LAUSD, which addresses the allocation of facilities under Prop 39.
Response to Article in The IE Voice: "Rep. Mark Takano Introduces the Charter School Transparency, Accountability, and Quality Act"
Read CCSA’s response to The IE Voice’s article, “Rep. Mark Takano Introduces the Charter School Transparency, Accountability, and Quality Act.”
Green Dot Public Schools was founded in 1999 in response to the poor performance of public high schools in the Los Angeles area. Today, Green Dot serves more than 10,000 middle and high school students at 21 schools in the Los Angeles area, with a school in Memphis, Tennessee and another school set to open next school year in the state of Washington.
Response to San Jose Inside Guest Column, "Rhetoric vs. Reality: The Charter School Debate Continues"
Read CCSA’s response to the San Jose Inside Guest Column, “Rhetoric vs. Reality: The Charter School Debate Continues”
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