Let’s celebrate National Charter School Week all month! To help you celebrate and to kick-off the 23rd Annual California Charter Schools Conference’s return to Southern California—CCSA is proud to offer the National Charter Schools Week Registration Special of $350. This flat rate is only available until May 31, 2015. Learn more and register today.
Whether this is your first time or you are a seasoned attendee at a Regional Charter Leader Meeting, we guarantee there is something special in store for you! Many meetings are scheduled. See the list and register today!
Energize Students and Escondido Charter High School is giving away FREE copies of their new documentary “Drawing Out Genius - The Art of Personalizing Education.”
Question: What is the process for a charter school to change its name?
Register today for the National Charter Schools Conference (NCSC) being held June 21-24, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
CCSA offers an Incorporation Services Program under which qualifying CCSA members can receive pro bono or reduced rate legal support with the incorporation and tax exemption process from outside attorneys.
During National Charter Schools Week students, parents, teachers, and communities will celebrate the many successes of public charter schools. Take advantage of this helpful toolkit, and be sure to join us at Advocacy Day on May 5.
Register for CCSA’s Annual Advocacy Day by April 24 and join hundreds of your charter public school colleagues in solidarity and advocate for pro-charter school positions on important bills, and help stop blatant attacks on charter schools.
On April 21, 2015, NWEA will offer a free 45-minute webinar, sharing how Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) users can use preliminary Smarter Balanced data to help prepare for proficiency shifts.
Question: Which holidays are mandated to be observed by our charter school?
On May 18-19, Join Educators for a Conversation About Supporting L.A.’s Children
Read this letter from Howard Chan from Westlake Charter Schools, on why your voice is needed more than ever at Advocacy Day. Register by Friday, April 17!
Help us celebrate National Charter Schools Week! Join us at Advocacy Day and take advantage of our toolkit with helpful materials and a host of ideas to help you get involved in the festivities.
Question: Are all charter schools required to hold sexual harassment training every two years, in compliance with AB 1825?
Public Advocates has established protocol for schools wishing to be removed from the list that highlighted and called into question charter schools across the state with parent involvement policies.
Apply what you learned at CCSA’s Conference in March and join us at our Annual Advocacy Day in Sacramento on Tuesday May 5, 2015 as we also celebrate National Charter Schools Week across California.
Question: Can a student leaving a charter school to be privately home schooled take their original cumulative folder with them, or should the charter school make a copy and keep the original until another public school requests it?
Under the Prop. 39 regulations, school districts are required to make final offers of facilities to eligible charter schools by April 1. Charter schools must respond to these preliminary offers by May 1, or 30 days after the final offer whichever is later. For additional information and template response letters, click here.
CCSA Conference 2015: Give Us Your Feedback and Win an iPad, Tour the New 2016 Website + Register for Advocacy Day!
Last month CCSA hosted over 3,000 charter leaders, supporters and advocates at the 22st Annual California Charter Schools Conference, held March 16-19, 2015 at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento. Be sure to check-out all of this year’s highlights from the event and to provide your feedback if you haven’t already. Want to attend another great CCSA Event? Join Us for Advocacy Day on May 5 to Fight Anti-Charter Legislation.