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New 9th Street Campus Opens in LA Garment District Housing LAUSD Elementary, Para Los Niños Charter Middle School and Family Center
Students from Para Los Niños Charter Middle School performed at the ribbon-cutting for the new 9th Street campus, which opened its doors in downtown LA this fall.
San Diego Cooperative Charter School places a high value on the full inclusion of all students, including those eligible for special education services. However, they had challenges and frustrations with the structure for special education delivery. Learn how they worked with others to create a new option and how it has benefited their school community.
We’ve compiled a few handy Twitter lists that feature charter schools by region. By subscribing to a list, you can easily keep up-to-date with the tweets of a particular region’s charter schools, all in one place.
CCSA and NWEA Partnership to Provide MAP Assessments for California Charter Schools at a Substantial Discount
CCSA has partnered with the Northwest Evaluation Association™ (NWEA™) allowing California charter schools to receive a substantial discount on Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) assessments in Math, Reading, and Language Arts.
Gina Plate, CCSA’s Senior Advisor for Special Education and Vice President of California’s Advisory Commission on Special Education (ACSE), recently had the pleasure of joining a three-day bus tour coordinated by Senator Carol Liu (52nd District - Pasadena) featuring community schools. She shared this report from the field.
José J. Cole-Gutiérrez has led LAUSD’s Charter School Division since 2007, previously working for CCSA and as a teacher and administrator at charter schools.
On October 1, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed, The charter school mistake, written by Diane Ravitch author of a new book “Reign of Error.” CCSA wrote the following letter to the editor in response. To say I am…
Meet Allison Kenda - From Leading a School to Leading on Accountability and School Improvement Statewide
“I’ve been in the trenches of accountability for the past 10 years,” says Allison Kenda, who became Managing Director, Achievement and Performance Management for the California Charter Schools Association after more than 27 years as a teacher and administrator in public schools. In this role, she will work to develop services and supports for schools that are struggling and continue to advance the work of the charter school community to ensure high levels of accountability across the movement.
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