Read the October 2014 CEO Message from Jed Wallace.
The Wall Street Journal cites 24th Street Elementary and Weigand Avenue Elementary in Los Angeles as success stories resulting from California “parent-trigger” law.
Jed Wallace, president and CEO of the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA), issued the following statement today on the departure of John Deasy as Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD): During his tenure as Superintendent of the…
What amazing story do you want to share about your charter school? Enter the #OMMV Video Contest October 20 - December 15 for the chance to win prize money for you and your charter school.
Charter and traditional school teachers will explore the most effective ways to build powerful relationships with students.
After educators kept asking about their high performing students, Synergy Academies decided to share the ‘secrets’ of their success.
Bullis Purissima Charter School and Kipp Summit Academy were named 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
Tell us your story! Enter our One Movement. Many Voices. Video Contest! CCSA is seeking original two-minute videos that highlight how California charter schools are making an impact in the lives of students. Contest opens October 20, 2014. Cash prizes for you and your school.
The Health of the Public Charter School Movement: A State-by-State Analysis is a companion to the National Alliance’s annual rankings of state charter school laws. This new annual report uses 11 different measures to determine how well a state’s charter schools are performing, innovating, and growing.
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