Mark P. Ryan, Ph.D. attempts to synthesize relevant research on the impact of Charter Schools on the families and communities they serve in his soon-to-be-published Handbook. This Handbook will synthesize relevant research on the impact of Charter Schools on the American educational system. Charter school researchers and practitioners are invited to submit a chapter proposal on or before February 29, 2016.
Don’t miss this chance to get all of your LCAP questions answered!
Under Prop. 39 regulations, school districts are required to make preliminary offers of facilities to eligible charter schools by February 1. Charter schools must respond to these preliminary offers by March 1. For more information and template response letters, visit our website.
CCSA looks forward to hosting over 250 exhibiting companies who are providing tools and resources to fit the unique and expanding needs of the charter school movement at the annual conference March 14-17 in Long Beach, CA. Browse and learn more about using CCSA’s interactive exhibit hall tool. Haven’t registered? Don’t miss out on the Standard Rate!
ORIGO Education is excited about their first Grant Initiative. This program will assist underserved schools who are interested in dramatically improving their elementary mathematics instruction. The grant will provide resources to aid in piloting Stepping Stones for one school year.
CCSA looks forward to hosting you next month, March 14-17 for the 23rd CCSA Annual Conference in Long Beach. Make the most of this year’s conference by taking advantage of the following opportunities & networking events. The winter registration deadline has been extended to 1/29 with group and member discounts still available.
Question: Do teachers need specialized credentials to teach electives during the school day?
Read this month’s message from Jed Wallace, President and CEO, CCSA.
The Literacy Empowerment Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, invites your school or other literacy project to apply for FREE books for Read Across America Day.
CCSA is excited to offer pre-conference events on Monday March 14, 2016 as part of the 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference in Long Beach, CA. These events include two all day workshops and school tours to local area charter schools. All of these events require pre-registration. Check them out and add to your 2016 experience today!
The California Charter Schools Association is proud to announce the return of a one-day Pre-Conference Public Charter Schools Grant Program (PCSGP) workshop, full of trainings and resources, to help your new school access funds through the Public Charter Schools Grant Program.
CCSA’s Knowledge Management team will be offering one-hour consultations on several dates in February for any member school that has questions related to completing the next round of the Public Charter Schools Grant Program (PCSGP) application
Sign up now for the upcoming PCSGP webinar on February 11!
CCSA filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Unified School District Board (LAUSD) regarding Measure Q, a bond measure passed by voters in 2008, that allocated $450 million for a variety of charter school facilities purposes.
Looking to connect with K-12 data enthusiasts nationwide who are passionate about improving education? If so, you’re invited to join Schoolzilla.
Last week, Governor Jerry Brown introduced his proposed state budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year. The budget includes $5.4 billion more for K-14 education, including $2.8 billion more for the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), $1.2 billion in one-time block grants and $20 million to support charter school start up grants to replace lost federal funds. We thank the Governor and his team for recognizing the critical need for these funds!
Don’t miss CCSA’s exciting and engaging advocacy programming being offered at the 23rd Annual Conference. Put the knowledge you’ll gain at these sessions into action at Advocacy Day on May 3, 2016 in Sacramento, CA. Learn more!
Question: The continued flooding in San Diego may lead to emergency closures at some charter schools. How can charter schools receive credit for emergency days when determining average daily attendance (ADA)?
Apply today for the position of Director of Special Education Division at the CDE.
Register by Wednesday, January 20, 2016 to receive discounted rates and be entered into a drawing to receive a complimentary stay at the Westin Long Beach. Plus check-out all of the programming for conference 2016 now available in the online program search.
Southern California charter school leaders and teachers are invited to attend the Curriculum and Instruction Network for Public Charter Schools Symposium. The focus of the Symposium will be “Meeting the Needs of Each and Every Student” featuring a keynote presentation by Dr. Joseph Johnson, the Executive Director for the National Center for Urban School Transformation at San Diego State University.