Help us celebrate National Charter Schools Week! Join us at Advocacy Day and take advantage of our toolkit with helpful materials and a host of ideas to help you get involved in the festivities.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation has developed a summer leadership program aimed at increasing the civic engagement of student leaders. This free five-day conference held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library helps high school students develop their skills as effective leaders through the exploration of Effective Communication, Optimism and Informed Decision Making.
The State Board of Education recently voted unanimously to suspend the Academic Performance Index (API) for the 2014-15 school year as the state develops a more comprehensive accountability system.
Question: Our district recently had an emergency school closure and all schools, including ours, were closed for the full day. Our district is doing a make-up day. Do we need to make up the day, too?
Three lucky filmmakers were announced at the 22nd Annual California Charter Schools Conference March 16-19 in Sacramento. Get all of the details.
Apply what you learned at CCSA’s Conference in March and join us at our Annual Advocacy Day in Sacramento on Tuesday May 5, 2015 as we also celebrate National Charter Schools Week across California.
Granada Hills Charter High School Special Education Department was recently featured in a news article published by LA Parent.
Register today for May’s Governance Academy, offered in partnership with Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP, and Young, Minney and Corr, LLP.
Question: Do the state safety requirements included in Education Code Section 32286 apply to charter schools?
Trial court issues ruling in favor of CCSA lawsuit against the West Contra Cost Unified School District.
We look forward to hosting thousands of charter leaders, advocates and supporters this week at the 22nd Annual California Charter Schools Conference. There’s still time to join us in Sacramento -onsite registration is available.
The latest edition of the California Charter Schools Financial Management Guide, compiled by CCSA’s Knowledge Management Team, highlights several articles which focus on financial management and issues with fiscal implications.
Antioch University Los Angeles’ Education Department is now offering a Clear Credential with classes beginning April 13, 2015.
Question: Must charter school facilities comply with the school facility design, construction, and building standards that apply to school district facilities?
Are you planning on leaving the 2015 conference early? Think twice and learn what you would miss! Haven’t registered yet? There’s still time—March 13 is the last day to register online—after March 14 all registrations will be held onsite in Sacramento.
The annual California Charter Schools Buyers’ Guide is available now with tips to save your school time and money. Find out what’s inside and start saving today.
On Wednesday, March 18, Karla Rhay from the California Schools Employee Benefits Association will present two sessions at the California Charter Schools Conference about the changes you needs to know about that impact employee benefits at all schools.
Question: Can a child, who is enrolled in a private Independent Studies Program, also enroll concurrently in a charter school?