CCSA responds to an article in the Washington Post by Valerie Strauss, stating profits never belonged in California’s charter school community and urging her to collaborate in improving public education rather than remaining divisive.
City Heights Preparatory in San Diego urges Governor Brown to sign AB 1871, which would require California’s charter public schools to provide at least one meal a day to free or reduced-price meal eligible students.
Jed Wallace, President and CEO, CCSA, discusses AB 406 (McCarty) and why profits have never belonged in California’s charter school movement.
In honor of back-to-school, CCSA is proud to highlight some of the many new charter public schools opening up in neighborhoods across the state this fall.
California Charter Schools Association Celebrates Landmark Legislation Banning For-Profit Charter Schools
CCSA applauds the California State Legislature for approving AB 406 (McCarty), landmark, bipartisan legislation that will prohibit for-profit corporations from managing and operating charter schools throughout the state.
The new school year brings with it plenty of inspiring stories about charter public schools across California! But last year was filled with many uplifting stories about the transformative impact of charters on those most in need. On social media,…
The new school year is upon us! As everyone settles back in, we’re still in a reflective mood and recounting all of the amazing things we accomplished together and the stories we shared with you all on our social media…
Was your school community impacted by summer wildfires? CCSA closely monitors wildfires throughout the state and works with impacted charter schools to help them navigate challenges. See a list of resources CCSA has put together to help schools.
Registration for the 2019 California Charter Schools Conference is now open. Register today!
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