CCSA announced its endorsement of Proposition 55 and Proposition 58. Both propositions appear on the upcoming November 8 ballot.
CCSA statement in response to L.A. Unified’s decision to not renew five charter schools and Huntington Park’s decision to extend its moratorium on charter schools.
CCSA Responds to Decision of the Third District Court of Appeal regarding Anderson USD v Shasta Secondary Home School Case
Read CCSA’s statement regarding the decision of the Third District Court of Appeal regarding Anderson USD v Shasta Secondary Home School Case.
The 2015-16 California Legislative session officially concludes on November 30 but all action has been taken on legislation for this two-year session. In 2015-16, CCSA introduced several pieces of charter supportive legislation and secured additional funding for facilities and start-up funding in the state budget while fending off a record number of damaging anti-charter legislation. View the summary of charter related legislation for the 2015-16 California Legislative session here.
Read CCSA’s statement regarding the NAACP’s current position on charter schools.
For the past two years the national nonprofit Code.org has been offering free computer science (CS) curriculum and teacher professional development (PD) to districts in California. Code.org will now consider applications for partnerships from charter schools and networks as well as districts in 2017. Learn more here.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s Charter School Financing Group is hosting a free webinar series on how to secure the financing needed to complete charter school facilities projects. Don’t miss the first webinar on October 19!
The Prop. 39 application cycle is underway and CCSA has new and updated resources, including free legal help, available for member schools.
The 24th Annual California Charter Schools Conference is shaping up to be the largest charter school event in Northern California’s history. Only one week remains to submit a proposal to present, nominate an outstanding teacher or volunteer and encourage high school seniors to apply for a $2,000 scholarship
California charter schools and Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) are committed to being good stewards of public dollars in service to students and their families. CCSA released the following statement in response to the Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) report “Nationwide Assessment of Charter and Education Management Organizations.”
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