CCSA's Advocacy Day Registration Deadline Extended to Friday April 24!
April 17, 2015 Join us for the biggest advocacy action of the year! Bring your voice to the State Capitol in Sacramento on Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
Don't Delay! Register for Advocacy Day 2015 by Friday, April 24! Register for CCSA's Annual Advocacy Day today and join hundreds of your charter public school colleagues in solidarity and advocate for pro-charter school positions on important bills, and help stop blatant attacks on charter schools. Registration is free for CCSA members. Register by THIS Friday, April 24! (Please note: while registration has been extended until April 24, registration for students and for the Youth Symposium is closed as capacity has been reached.)
Why is Advocacy Day 2015 More Important Than Ever?
We need to demonstrate the strength of the charter school movement, improve facilities options for all charter schools and stop anti-charter bills. In addition, we need your help in urging support for facilities related legislation and budget items.
CCSA's 2015 Hart Vision Elected Officials of the year, Assembly Republican Leader Kristin Olsen and Assemblymember Marc Levine are two charter school champions who look forward to making sure our students are set up for success. Watch below as they explain why California is stronger because of the charter school movement.
Help Us to Spread the Word!
Join us to fight against anti-charter legislation! Help ensure the halls of the Capitol are filled with charter school supporters, and forward this email to your colleagues. Together we can demonstrate the strength of the movement and help political leaders understand the issues facing charter schools.
- Everything you need to know about Advocacy Day 2015 can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions document.
- Watch the 2014 Advocacy Day video.
- Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Remember to register by THIS Friday, April 24. Thank you for serving as an advocate for your school and for California's broader charter public school movement. See you in Sacramento!