CCSA Moves to Position of Support for AB 1871 (Bonta) Ensuring All Students Most in Need Have Access to School Meals
CCSA is proud to announce support for AB 1871 (Bonta) based on amendments agreed to between CCSA, the author, and its sponsors, the second common-sense compromise CCSA reached by working collaboratively with Bonta’s office in this legislative session.
CCSA Applauds California Legislature for Making Bold Investments in Historically Underserved Students
Assembly Budget Committee fully funds Charter School Facility Grant Program and proposes $360 million in ongoing funding for African American students.
CCSA released a in response to OUSD’s unfounded claims that they were not informed of plans by Aspire ERES charter public school to procure land for a new campus and the District’s disconcerting efforts to try to prevent Aspire ERES from providing educational opportunities to the public school students of Oakland.
State Superintendent Announces Major Recognition of Top California Model Public School In Los Angeles
State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI), Tom Torlakson, announced Multicultural Learning Center (MLC) Independent Charter School has been recognized as the only Los Angeles County public school to qualify for the prestigious distinction of being named a California Model Program and recipient of the state’s 2018 Education for a Global Economy Award and will be honored at a formal award reception on June 1, 2018.
Governor's May Revise Proposes Additional $21.1 Million for Facilities Funding Shortfall for Charter Schools Serving High Needs Students
CCSA released a statement from Carlos Marquez, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs about the Governor’s May Revision to the State Budget proposal for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
California Charter Management Organizations Honored in 2018 U. S. News & World Report Best High School Listing
CCSA is proud to recognize two California-based Charter Management Organizations (CMOs), Alliance College-Ready Public Schools and Green Dot Public Schools, that have numerous high schools ranked and awarded medals by U.S. News & World Report’s Best High Schools 2018 report. This national recognition demonstrates that replicating successful charter public schools through a central operations organization is an effective way to provide more high-quality, accountable charter public schools to communities across California.
CCSA congratulates the California charter public schools that dominated U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of the best public high schools in California, demonstrating that California’s charter public schools are meeting the needs of students and helping them achieve academic success.
CCSA released a statement on a new In the Public Interest anti-charter school report.
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy and its CEO Ana Ponce to be Inducted Into 2018 National Charter Schools Hall of Fame
CCSA congratulates Camino Nuevo Charter Academy and its CEO Ana Ponce who will be inducted into the 2018 National Charter Schools Hall of Fame by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
“So why is an organization representing people dedicated to teaching the truth spreading falsehoods about charters?” Jay Mathews, education columnist for The Washington Post, discusses radio advertisements hitting Los Angeles and the Bay Area that spreads falsehoods about California charter schools.
CCSA has released a statement about the announcement of Austin Beutner as the new Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
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