8 Hart Vision Awards Presented at the 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference for Commitment to Excellence in Education
(Sacramento, CA) - Today, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) was honored to recognize eight inspiring and exceptional charter school leaders and advocates with a prestigious Hart Vision Award at the 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in Sacramento for…
Today, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) awarded $2,000 college scholarships to 10 inspiring, high-achieving high school seniors from CCSA member charter public schools to help fund their first year of college.
3,500 Charter Advocates Descend Upon Sacramento to Celebrate the "Momentum" of California's Charter Movement at Annual Conference
(Sacramento, CA) - This week, March 20-23, 2017, 3,500 charter public school supporters will arrive in the State Capitol to attend the 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference. The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) is honored to invite charter school…
CA Gubernatorial Candidates to Join 3,500 Charter School Advocates 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference Celebrates "Momentum" of the Sector
In addition to attending breakout sessions and gaining access to new tools and resources, 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference attendees are invited to an exclusive Q&A session with three California Gubernatorial Candidates.
The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) is honored to welcome over 3,500 charter public school supporters in Sacramento to attend the 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in celebration of the “Momentum” and growth of California’s nonprofit charter pubic school sector and to address the future of California’s education system.
In a new chapter for its member services, CCSA is transitioning out its Charter Advantage program to BuyQ.
On March 2, 2017, the California Supreme Court unanimously held that public officers’ and employees’ communications on personal devices and accounts concerning “the conduct of public business” may be subject to disclosure under the California Public Records Act (PRA). This is a significant decision impacting entities subject to the PRA, which may include charter schools.
We are looking forward to seeing you next week in Sacramento at the 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference. Check out this overall schedule to help you organize your week.
Today CCSA issued the following statement in response to the federal detention of a Los Angeles charter school parent who was on his way to drop off his children at his school.
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