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CCSACon 2017: Call for Proposals Now Open!

Share your expertise with hundreds of your colleagues by submitting a proposal to present at the 24th Annual CCSA Conference held March 20-23, 2017 in Sacramento, CA.

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August 2016 CEO Message

Read this month’s message from Jed Wallace, president and CEO, CCSA.

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L.A. Charter Teacher Honored by President Obama

CHIME charter school teacher Erica Rood received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.

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#CCSACon 2017: Last Chance to Register at the Summer Registration Rate

Summer is nearly over and so is the CCSA Summer Registration Special—a flat rate of $350 to attend the premiere statewide charter schools event.

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CCSA Responds to Report from ACLU Foundation of Southern California and Public Advocates

A report released by the ACLU and Public Advocates finds less than 2% of California’s charter schools exclude students based on academic performance. Read CCSA’s response to the report.

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CCSA Issues Retraction to July 8 Press Release on Settlement Between Attorney General and K12 Inc.

CCSA retracts its statement from July 8, 2016, entitled “CCSA Responds to Announcement by Attorney General Kamala Harris of $168.5 Million Settlement with K12 Inc.” and issues new statement.

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L.A. Charters Closing the Special Needs Gap

New data from L.A. Unified shows that L.A. charter schools serve just 1% fewer students with special needs than district schools.

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National Alliance Releases Statement on the Democratic Party's Charter School Platform Language

The National Alliance for Public Charter schools released a statement regarding the Democratic Party’s adoption of anti-charter school platform language.

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CCSA Statement on Passing of State Senator Sharon Runner

CCSA released the following statement upon learning of the passing of State Senator Sharon Runner

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Senior Megan Chan is a Homeschool Standout at Springs Charter Schools

Megan Chan wanted to take control of her high school experience and Springs Charter helped her do just that - by giving her the flexibility to manage her own education, on her terms.

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