Results tagged “Alliance College-Ready Public Schools”
CCSA has released a new report on Los Angeles public high schools which shows that charter schools surpass traditional district schools in graduating college-ready students of all backgrounds.From: In the News.Published January 28, 2014.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
A recent article in LA School Report ranked schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) based off the state's similar schools rank.From: In the News.Published June 13, 2013.Last Modified June 27, 2013.
Three California charter school organizations were recipients of the U.S. Department of Education awards. The winners were selected from a pool of over 120 applications.From: In the News.Published November 7, 2012.Last Modified November 14, 2012.
Special education advocacy is a priority for CCSA and we strive to raise awareness about special education issues. See how one charter teacher moved special education "out of the bungalows and into the spotlight" at her school.From: In the News.Published July 10, 2012.Last Modified July 12, 2012.
Alliance Gertz-Ressler High School, a public charter school in Los Angeles serving a traditionally underserved community of Latino and African-American students, celebrated its recognition this week as a National Blue Ribbon School.From: In the News.Published April 2, 2012.Last Modified April 3, 2012.
"Our philosophy is simple: we should do more of that works, and less of what doesn't," writes Judy Burton, President and CEO of Alliance for College Ready Public Schools. "We know people need to hear from the parents and students who are benefiting from more choice, better schools, and a wider array of options." That's why she's joining the Schools We Can Believe in Rally on Feb. 4 in Los Angeles.From: In the News.Published January 30, 2012.Last Modified February 23, 2012.
The U.S. Department of Education announced this week charter school grants totaling $25 million to replicate and expand high-quality charter schools. Recipients included three charter operators with schools in California.From: In the News.Published September 29, 2011.Last Modified October 5, 2011.
With economic turmoil persisting nationwide and statewide, many California charter schools have few options to obtain financing to purchase, construct or renovate facilities. CCSA's California Charter Building Fund (CCBF) has continued to provide reasonably-priced capital for charter schools.Thanks in part to the CCBF, the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools recently secured permanent homes for three of their 16 Los Angeles-based schools.From: In the News.Published June 22, 2011.Last Modified June 22, 2011.
"Scenes from Schools" is an occasional piece on the CCSA News Blog that offers a glimpse at the tremendous work taking place on charter school campuses across California. In today's "Scenes," we learn about an innovative partnership to offer Chinese language and culture courses at Heritage College-Ready Academy High School.From: In the News.Published March 21, 2011.Last Modified March 20, 2011.
CCSA Names Dr. Olga Mohan High School and KIPP Bridge Charter Schools of the Year at 18th Annual Charter Schools Conference
The California Charter Schools Association named the Dr. Olga Mohan High School in Los Angeles and the KIPP Bridge Charter School in West Oakland as this year's recipients of the Hart Vision Award for Charter Schools of the Year. Both schools excel in serving students in unprivileged communities, and are some of the top performing charters in the state.From: In the News.Published March 9, 2011.Last Modified March 10, 2011.
Richard Riordan, Former CA Secretary of Education, L.A. Mayor Receives Supporter of the Year Award at 18th Annual Charter Schools Conference
Former California Secretary of Education and Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan received the charter school Supporter of the Year award at the 18th Annual Charter Schools Conference for his continued support of charter schools and education reform. Mr. Riordan was also instrumental in helping ICEF schools in L.A. stay open this year.From: In the News.Published March 8, 2011.Last Modified June 16, 2011.
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