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Pre-Conference Workshop: Get your LCAP & CA School Dashboard Questions Answered

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.

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Conference New Year Discount Extended to January 31

The New Year Discount to register for the 25th Annual CCSA Conference has been extended to January 31. Start the new year off right by registering for the charter event of the year, featuring over 160 breakout sessions developed by charter experts to meet the needs of your school community - check them out now.

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CCSA Urges Congress to Pass a Bipartisan Solution to Support DACA Students

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.

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Final Countdown to Receive the New Year Discount for the 25th Annual CCSA Conference

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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Geoffrey Canada to Serve as a Keynote Speaker at the 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference

The 25th Annual California Charter Schools Conference will feature Geoffrey Canada, nationally known author, children’s advocate and founder of Harlem Children’s Zone, on Monday, March 26, 2018. Don’t miss this exciting keynote by registering today.

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CCSA Statement on Dr. Michelle King's Resignation as LAUSD Superintendent

The following is a statement from CCSA about the resignation of LAUSD Superintendent Dr. Michelle King.

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Learn About the Role of Education in the Fight for Civil Rights at Conference!

Check out our Civil Rights sessions at the 25th Annual CCSA Conference that will provide information about the role education reform plays in the fight for civil rights.

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Teaching common core with a chard quinoa salad

Grimmway Schools, which operates two charters in Arvin and Shafter, two small rural communities just outside of Bakersfield, is recognized for their health and wellness programming.

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CCSA Calls for Non-Renewal of Five Academically Underperforming Charter Schools

Today, CCSA called for the non-renewal of five California charter schools that fell below CCSA’s minimum renewal criteria and are chronically underperforming on several other academic performance measures. Learn about CCSA’s Academic Accountability Framework and about these schools.

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Momentum Continues for California Charter School Growth

CCSA announced that an estimated 630,000 students are enrolled in 1,275 charter public schools in California for the 2017-18 school year. This year 65 new school equivalents opened across the state, including 56 new startups and replications, and nine planned significant expansions of existing schools.

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