Results tagged “Government Affairs”
On May 14, Governor Jerry Brown released the May Revision to his 2013-14 fiscal year budget proposal.From: In the News.Published May 30, 2013.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
Some days we can forget why we signed up to advocate for charter public schools. We constantly have to battle those whose only interest is stopping charters from flourishing in California. Or we have to explain for the umpteenth time how our schools are being hurt by funding inequities and delays.From: In the News.Published June 11, 2012.Last Modified June 26, 2012.
In recent years, we have seen an increase in activity in charter schools in the Central Valley, especially schools founded by family farm-based organizations and foundations connected to these organizations. In addition to serving students well, these schools have become actively engaged in the broader movement, to the benefit of charter schools in the Central Valley and beyond.From: In the News.Published November 16, 2011.Last Modified November 16, 2011.
CCSA has achieved wins at the legislative level that result in more funds for charters and has been successful in defeating legislation that would cost charters dearly.From: In the News.Published November 15, 2011.Last Modified May 7, 2013.
CCSA's Government Affairs team makes public school funding a top priority. Today, Assemblymember Julia Brownley, chair of the Assembly Education Committee, held an informational hearing on developing a new structure for school finance, and CCSA was in attendance on behalf of our members. Our major message at the hearing was that CCSA encourages the Legislature to look to charter schools as laboratories: we can help!From: In the News.Published March 23, 2011.Last Modified March 23, 2011.
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