CCSA Conference 2015: Give Us Your Feedback and Win an iPad, Tour the New 2016 Website + Register for Advocacy Day!

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April 2, 2015

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Last month CCSA hosted over 3,000 charter leaders, supporters and advocates at the 22st Annual California Charter Schools Conference, held March 16-19, 2015 at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento. Be sure to check-out all of this year's highlights from the event here or at the CCSA Conference 2016 website.

We Want Your Feedback!

Thank you to all who attended the conference. We appreciate you being part of this event and hope you will take a few minutes to tell us about your experience. We only need 100 more attendees to complete the survey for us to meet our goal--that means you! CCSA reviews all surveys and your feedback is utilized in planning for future years. Complete the survey by Tuesday, April 7 to be eligible to be entered into a drawing to win an iPAD Mini! The 2015 CCSA Conference Attendee Survey can be completed here 2016 CCSA Conference Website Launched

We look forward to hosting the 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference taking place March 14-17, 2016 in Long Beach, CA. Check-out the new 2016 Conference website to learn more about CCSA's return to Southern California.

Registration will open in May with a flat registration rate of $350 to celebrate National Charter Schools Week. This flat rate will be available May 2-31, 2015. You can also visit the website to watch exciting video highlights from the 2015 conference in Sacramento.

Want to Attend Another Great CCSA Event? Join Us for Advocacy Day on May 5 in Sacramento to Fight Anti-Charter Legislation

Why is Advocacy Day 2015 More Important Than Ever? Last week, the California Teachers Association (CTA) and several legislators held a press conference to unveil four major anti-charter bills. The anti-charter legislation announced last week seeks to address offensive accusations made about California charter schools by our foes including theft, requiring parent volunteer hours, expelling students without due process and requiring entrance exams to name a few.

The introduction of this package of anti-charter school legislation drives home the importance of advocacy for the charter school movement and the importance of attending CCSA's Annual Advocacy Day. Check out a video here from Advocacy Day 2014.

Join Us on May 5 in Sacramento!

Help dispel these anti-charter myths and stop these blatant attacks on charter schools. Registration is FREE for CCSA members and all registrations are due by Friday, April 17!

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