Governor Jerry Brown signs AB 948 into law
Recent trends tell us that tens of thousands of students are being educated in better performing charter schools than just five years ago.
Support The Opening of Two New Charter Schools in Morgan Hill: Navigator and Voices College-Bound Language Academy
Attend the Morgan Hill Unified School Board meeting on September 23 and show your support for new Navigator and Voices College-Bound Language Academy charter schools.
Celebrate National School Choice Week January 25-31 2015.
Rebecca Velasco is an Education Pioneers fellow who worked with CCSA’s School Development and Support team this summer on a project to refine and expand the team’s existing evaluation system.
Classical Academy High School opens new facility in Escondido.
Six California charter schools were included on Newsweek’s “America’s Top Schools 2014.”
The following is CCSA’s response to an LA Times article asserting that many charter schools do not allow students with special needs or English language learners.
Albert Einstein Academies and Thrive Public Schools are two new charters opening in the 2014-15 school year. Watch these videos that tell the stories of what makes each of them unique.
The State Board of Education (SBE) is seeking applications from those interested in a variety of education issues for several posts.
Read the September 2014 message to members from CCSA president and CEO Jed Wallace.
Sahar Momand is an Education Pioneers fellow working with charter school alumni engagement and advocacy
Take Action Today! Urge Governor Brown to Sign AB 948 (Olsen): Charter School Facilities Grant Program
Send a letter today and ask Governor Brown to sign AB 948 today.
Summit Public Schools has a model that is working. Educators across the country attended the Summer of Summit Consultancy program hosted by Summit to collaborate and share best practices while developing realistic and actionable plans to implement in their organizations.
Bathsheba Brutus is an Education Pioneers fellow who worked with the CCSA Special Education team this summer.
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