Teacher Laura Strait was awarded the Fishman Prize in 2014, a prestigious national honor that includes a $25,000 cash prize and an opportunity to participate in a 5-week summer residency program focused on exploring major educational issues with other award winners. This notable achievement, Strait said, was only possible for her because of the support she receives regularly from her colleagues and mentors at Aspire.
Read how KIPP San Jose Collegiate became a top performing charter school.
Media contact: Jason Mandell 213-500-9142 firstname.lastname@example.org MEDIA ADVISORY Tonight: Charter School Parents, Students & Teachers to Rally at Richmond City Council 50 charter supporters will demand that leaders share “Richmond Promise” funding with all public school students September 29, 2015…
In response to the L.A. Times’ September 25th blog post, discussing academic performance at L.A. Unified magnet schools and independent charter schools: It’s great news that LAUSD is recognizing the academic success at non-traditional, innovative school models such as magnets….
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Learn about McCollam Elementary School’s secret to its academic success.
The following is CCSA’s response to the September 21st L.A. Times story discussing a plan for charter school expansion in Los Angeles. Charter schools should be evaluated based on facts, not the misinformation spread by a few relentless critics. The…
In his latest public relations stunt that has little to do with improving schools, United Teachers Los Angeles president Alex Caputo-Pearl plans to stage a protest at the opening of the new Broad museum this Sunday, September 20. As usual,…
Response to Argonaut Article "Interview: Schoolyard Scuffles" (with LAUSD Board President Steve Zimmer)
CCSA responds to Argonaut article, “Interview: Schoolyard Scuffles” (with LAUSD Board of Education President Steve Zimmer).
Learn how students at Voices College-Bound Language Academy in San Jose are beating the odds.
Buenas noticias para las familias de Los Ángeles: varias escuelas chárter han abierto sus puertas recientemente y todavía están aceptando a estudiantes. Mire la siguiente lista parcial y por favor póngase en contacto con cualquiera de estas escuelas para aprender…
Good news for families in Los Angeles: numerous charter schools have recently opened and are still accepting students. Check out the partial list below and please reach out to any of these schools to learn more about them and find…
California’s charter public schools performed better than the state averages on Math and English Language Arts while serving a diverse population of students. These trends reaffirm independent research that shows charter schools are performing well and improving over time.
Read CCSA Statement on Washington State Supreme Court ruling on charter schools.
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