The Prop. 39 application cycle is underway and CCSA has new and updated resources, including free legal help, available for member schools.
While charter schools enjoy tremendous support, a number of myths persist. Spread the Truth About Charters and help separate fact from fiction about CA’s charter public schools.
Wondering about best HR practices to protect your charter school from liability and to maximize your flexibility?
CCSA knows there are many outstanding volunteers and teachers across the state! Submit your nominations for the 2016 Hart Vision Awards by October 9. Awards will be presented at the 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference.
Are charter schools required to provide student or parent contact information to their authorizer upon request?
The 2016 CCSA Call for Proposals is open for the 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference held March 14 - 17, 2016 in Long Beach, CA. What type of programming are attendees looking for? Learn helpful hints and best practices—submissions are due by October 9.
Participate today in CCSA’s Fall Data Campaign in oder to help us gather information that we use to educate the public about charter schools and advocate on your behalf locally and at the Capitol.
Question: What is the process of applying for and the timeline for the receipt of the Educator Effectiveness funding and the Mandate One-Time funding that were included in the 2015-16 state budget?
California’s charter public schools performed better than the state averages on Math and English Language Arts while serving a diverse population of students. These trends reaffirm independent research that shows charter schools are performing well and improving over time.
This school year’s Prop. 39 cycle is already underway. Find CCSA’s various resources, templates, and information to get you started.
On Wednesday, September 9, the California Department of Education (CDE) will publicly release the 2014-15 SBAC results. Learn more about the state assessment system, including the available communications tools, upcoming events and technical supports for how best to understand and communicate the data.
The state budget has allocated an additional $50 million in funding to help schools with inadequate bandwidth upgrade their current connection to the internet. The 2015-16 Broadband Infrastructure Improvement Grant (BIIG) application window closes on Wednesday, September 30, 2015.
Question: How long does a student need to be on campus for a charter school to count them for the purposes of ADA?
Dr. Peter Diamandis and Soledad O'Brien to Serve as Speakers at the 23rd Annual CA Charter Schools Conference
The 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference will feature Dr. Peter Diamandis, Founder, Chairman and CEO of the X PRIZE Foundation, on Wednesday, March 16. The event will close on March 17 with nationally known and critically acclaimed journalist, Soledad O’Brien. Don’t miss these speakers and register before the Back to School Registration Special ends on 9/16.
Save today with Back to School specials from CCSA’s Charter Advantage Partners.