July 2015

Response to Los Angeles Times Op-Ed by Diane Ravitch

Read CCSA’s response to the op-ed, “What LAUSD needs in its next superintendent.”

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Flexibility the name of the game for Coronado Pathways students

Coronado Pathways Charter School provides online learning, so that students can learn at their own pace. The school is in its second year and is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the curriculum is University of California/California State University A-G certified.

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High demand for rural charter school - need for charter school facilities funds grows

Like all charter schools in California, Achieve must use its operational budget on facilities if they don’t meet restrictive eligibility requirements to access state facilities money. Spending operational funds on facilities has a direct impact on the school’s ability to invest in important expenditures like teacher salaries, instructional programs, and classroom supports.

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June 2015 CEO Message

Read the June 2015 CEO Message from Jed Wallace.

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Deloitte Hosts Strategy Workshop for Environmental Charter Schools Leadership and a Fictional Case Study Program for Students

A Los Angeles charter school network, Environmental Charter Schools, collaborated with Deloitte during a five-month pro bono engagement to develop organizational strategy for creating new professional development programming and an interactive “Day in the Life of a Consultant” program for Environmental Charter High School students.

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Oakland Charter School Profile: Community School for Creative Education

Learn how the Community School for Creative Education is serving students in Oakland.

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