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Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, led by Dr. Bruce Fuller, released a report examining student demographics and achievement at Los Angeles charter schools. CCSA believes the report's methodologies are deeply flawed. As a result, the report creates a portrait of LA charter schools that is simply inaccurate and counter-productive.From: In the News.Published December 22, 2015.Last Modified December 22, 2015.
The *Wall Street Journal* cites 24th Street Elementary and Weigand Avenue Elementary in Los Angeles as success stories resulting from California "parent-trigger" law.From: In the News.Published October 19, 2014.Last Modified October 21, 2014.
Jed Wallace, president and CEO of the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA), issued the following statement today on the departure of John Deasy as Superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD): During his tenure as Superintendent of the...From: In the News.Published October 16, 2014.Last Modified October 29, 2014.
This June there is an election for School Board District 1 that could tip the balance of the board in favor of kids and schools.From: In the News.Published April 23, 2014.Last Modified April 25, 2014.
CREDO released a new report finding that the typical Los Angeles charter school student gains more learning in a year than his or her district school peer, amounting to about 50 more days of learning in reading and an additional 79 days of learning in math.From: In the News.Published March 17, 2014.Last Modified March 18, 2014.
Read CCSA's response to the LA School Report article, LAUSD board denies renewal for two high-performing charter schools.From: In the News.Published February 13, 2014.Last Modified February 20, 2014.
Jed Wallace, president and CEO of CCSA, issued a statement following the LAUSD school board decision to deny two high performing Aspire charter public schools at their regularly scheduled board meeting.From: In the News.Published February 11, 2014.Last Modified February 11, 2014.
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.
Las escuelas públicas chárter de Los Ángeles están aceptando solicitudes de familias para el año escolar que comienza en el otoño de 2014.From: In the News.Published January 23, 2014.Last Modified January 23, 2014.
Los Angeles charter schools are accepting applications from families for the school year starting in fall 2014.From: In the News.Published January 23, 2014.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
Brandy Price is just one of only 13 educators selected nationwide and will be representing California.From: In the News.Published January 15, 2014.Last Modified January 15, 2014.
On December 23, 2013, the LA Times published this op-ed by Jed Wallace, president and chief executive of the California Charter Schools Association.From: In the News.Published December 26, 2013.Last Modified January 13, 2014.
New 9th Street Campus Opens in LA Garment District Housing LAUSD Elementary, Para Los Niños Charter Middle School and Family Center
Students from Para Los Niños Charter Middle School performed at the ribbon-cutting for the new 9th Street campus, which opened its doors in downtown LA this fall.From: In the News.Published October 30, 2013.Last Modified October 30, 2013.
José J. Cole-Gutiérrez has led LAUSD's Charter School Division since 2007, previously working for CCSA and as a teacher and administrator at charter schools.From: In the News.Published October 14, 2013.Last Modified October 14, 2013.
On October 1, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed, The charter school mistake, written by Diane Ravitch author of a new book "Reign of Error." CCSA wrote the following letter to the editor in response. To say I am...From: In the News.Published October 2, 2013.Last Modified October 2, 2013.
Charter schools in Los Angeles are growing in response to tremendous demand from parents looking for high-quality public school options. LA is home to over 250 diverse charter schools that are helping to close the achievement gap.From: In the News.Published September 23, 2013.Last Modified September 23, 2013.
On average, autonomous charter schools in LAUSD outperform LAUSD traditional public schools, averaging a 782 API to the district's 761.From: In the News.Published September 19, 2013.Last Modified September 25, 2013.
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In January 2011, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board of Education voted unanimously to restructure the existing Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) to provide charter schools a new option with full responsibility, flexibility and autonomy for serving students with disabilities.From: In the News.Published June 26, 2013.Last Modified August 8, 2013.
In the past, students with special needs were separated from their classmates and pushed into separate classes and schools. Over the past decade, educators have moved from exclusion towards inclusion. But how do you design a school program to support that approach? In 2010, PUC Schools piloted a new model - see their successes to date and what they've learned.From: In the News.Published June 17, 2013.Last Modified June 17, 2013.
Hoang Pham, who teaches first graders at KIPP Empower Academy, was recently one of four teachers in the country selected for the Sue Lehmann Award from among 23 semi-finalists and 117 regional nominees.From: In the News.Published June 14, 2013.Last Modified June 19, 2013.
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