The timing was right for Kairos, as the school sets out to fulfill its mission to “empower a generation of learners to think critically, analyze and apply knowledge strategically, and utilize relevant tools to interact thoughtfully within a global community.
With social justice at the core of its program, Excellence and Justice in Education Elementary Academy (EJEEA) recently received statewide attention for their bilingual education program.
CCSA Statement on Governor Brown’s May Revise of the 2015-16 State Budget
The 2015 rankings included eight California public charter schools that are among the top 100 this year.
Charter public schools from throughout California were honored with a 2015 California Gold Ribbon Award.
The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) released new estimates that show a record 158,000 students are on charter public school waiting lists across the state.
CCSA will celebrate National Charter Schools Week by hosting our Annual Advocacy Day in Sacramento on Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
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