Results tagged “California Charter Building Fund”
CSA's credit enhancement program, the California Charter Building Fund (CCBF) helps to provide competitively-priced capital for member schools for the purchase, construction and renovation of facilities.From: In the News.Published March 22, 2013.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
Thanks to the work of a coalition of hard-working, flexible partners, two Green Dot public charter schools in Los Angeles, Ralph Bunche High School and Jefferson Middle School, now own previously-leased facilities that will serve in excess of 1,000 students.From: In the News.Published November 28, 2011.Last Modified November 22, 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.
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