Charter growth and enrollment grows every year in California. Updated October 2015.
In advance of the October 27 Richmond City Council meeting on Tuesday, October 27, the Chamberlin Family Foundation is pleased to reiterate its commitment to support the Richmond Promise initiative with a $1 million contribution, provided that all Richmond public school students are equitably included.
CCSA provided the following statement in response to CREDO’s 2015 report about online charter public schools.
Lindsey Fuller is now in her fourth year with Aspire, where she is able to affect change for her students in and out of the classroom. As the Dean of Students, Fuller utilizes her background as a teacher and leadership abilities to spread best practices across all of Aspire’s campuses.
Read CCSA’s statement in response to a report by the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD), “Charter School Black Hole” released on October 21, 2015.
Comparta La Verdad de las Chárter y ayude a romper mitos comunes que persisten sobre las escuelas públicas chárter de California.
New Ed Trust-West Report: More Than Half of the Top California Schools for Low-Income Students Are Charter Schools
Data from educational justice group shows that charters are pivotal in helping students overcome the barriers of poverty.
Excellent teachers lead to successful students at Cornerstone Academy Preparatory School.
Share the Truth About Charters and help dispel common myths that persist about California’s charter public schools.
Charter school parents, students and teachers will demand that elected officials include charter school students in the $35 million in college scholarships provided by the “Richmond Promise.”
Los Angeles voters strongly support public school choice for families; cite education as most important issue the city faces
By a wide margin, Angelenos support expanding access to high-quality charter public schools and magnet schools
A lot has changed in the 10 years since Natomas Pacific Pathways (NP3) charter school first opened. For starters, the school now serves 1,100 students in grades 6 through 12, compared to just 82 students 10 years ago.
In this free webinar learn best practices for how to manage when the latest technological enhancement to your academic program is not accessible to students or parents with disabilities. The webinar also offers 1.5 California participatory MCLE credits.
Parent are at heart of LUCHA elementary school in east San Jose.
National School Choice Week is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical public awareness effort that highlight a variety of school choice options. Learn more
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