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Parents spoke out - and the LAUSD board listened.From: In the News.Published November 13, 2012.Last Modified February 7, 2014.
Charter School Parents, Students and Leaders from Across California Rally at State Capitol for Funding Equity
Some 1,500 parents, students, leaders and supporters from charter schools across California rallied at the State Capitol steps to demand equitable funding for the state's 982 charter schools.From: In the News.Published March 1, 2012.Last Modified March 6, 2012.
On February 29, supporters of the California charter school movement gathered on the steps of the Capitol to demand funding equity. Why? Because charter school students are public school students. They should have access to same levels of funding as any other public school student!From: In the News.Published February 13, 2012.Last Modified March 1, 2012.
"All I'm asking for is that you give the 'Schools We Can Believe In' rally a true voice about what we were actually there for," writes Aurora Finley, a 10th grade charter school student, in response to an ABC7 news story. This letter is one of 60 sent by students to the TV station regarding its coverage of the event.From: In the News.Published February 5, 2012.Last Modified February 7, 2012.
On Saturday, Feb. 4, well over 5,000 parents, students and teachers from across Los Angeles joined education officials and leaders for the "Schools We Can Believe In" rally at Exposition Park, to demand high-quality public schools in every neighborhood, quality space and equal funding for all public school students.From: In the News.Published February 4, 2012.Last Modified March 6, 2012.
op city officials and education leaders are expected to join thousands of parents at a citywide rally this Saturday, February 4, at Exposition Park in front of the L.A. Memorial Coliseum to demand better public schools in Los Angeles. Among the featured speakers are Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, LAUSD Board President Mónica García and Superintendent John Deasy.From: In the News.Published January 31, 2012.Last Modified January 31, 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.
"One of the most critical problems facing education right now is that California is simply not funding its public schools equitably," writes Alison Diaz, founder of Environmental Charter High School. 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 26, 2012.Last Modified January 27, 2012.
A rally in Los Angeles is one of several events being planned across the state this spring to demonstrate that the charter school movement simply will not be held back. In Sacramento, charter supporters will rally on the capitol steps during the 19th Annual California Charter Schools Conference and Advocacy Week.From: In the News.Published January 23, 2012.Last Modified January 22, 2012.
Dr. Jacqueline Elliott of PUC Schools shares why she and 2,000 parents, students and teachers from her schools will be participating in the "Schools We Can Believe In" rally on Feb. 4 in Los Angeles.From: In the News.Published January 6, 2012.Last Modified January 25, 2012.
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