CCSA looks forward to hosting you next month, March 26 to 28 for the 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in San Diego. Make the most of this year’s event by taking advantage of the many programming opportunities and networking events. Learn more.
CCSA has provided a statement and resources for families affected by the closure of Paramount Collegiate Academy.
Learn about why youth organizing is an effective strategy to engage young people in civic action and create change.
Participate in a pre-conference workshop the morning of Monday, March 26 in San Diego to learn about the LCAP and California School Dashboard to tell your data story.
CCSA looks forward to hosting the California charter community next month, March 26-28 for the 25th Annual Conference in San Diego. In 2018, CCSA is offering programming opportunities specifically for teachers including a Teacher Summit Opening Session on Monday, March 26. Haven’t registered yet? February 16 is the last day to receive the standard registration rate.
In honor of Black History Month, La Kea harper, an African American alumna from College Bridge Academy in Compton, shares how her charter school saved her life.
In response to the Governor’s State of the State Address, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) released the statement below from Jed Wallace, CCSA’s President and CEO.
Theda Justiniani, Sacramento-area charter parent, shares how charter schools have helped her children get on the track to success.
CCSA released the following statement urging members of the United States Congress to recognize the importance and significance of permanently protecting students across the nation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), also known as DREAMERS.
Don’t miss CCSA’s exciting and engaging programming being offered at the 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference by locking in the New Year Discount rate by this Friday, January 19.
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