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Tell us your story! Enter our One Movement. Many Voices. Video Contest! CCSA is seeking original two-minute videos that highlight how California charter schools are making an impact in the lives of students. Contest opens October 20, 2014. Cash prizes for you and your school.From: In the News.Published October 3, 2014.Last Modified October 3, 2014.
Albert Einstein Academies and Thrive Public Schools are two new charters opening in the 2014-15 school year. Watch these videos that tell the stories of what makes each of them unique.From: In the News.Published September 9, 2014.Last Modified September 9, 2014.
The schools represent four schools that are up for renewal by their authorizer this year and two schools that were renewed despite chronic low performance and have failed to improve.From: In the News.Published December 17, 2013.Last Modified February 20, 2014.
Connect Community Charter School was launched by a team of committed parents and educators who wanted to bring a new school model to the families of Redwood City. They spent several years developing the concept for the school, which would ultimately emphasize hands-on learning, self-management skills and empathy, and connections between students, teachers, parents, and the broader community. They worked closely with CCSA as Developer Members and after overcoming several obstacles, the school opened in fall 2013.From: In the News.Published September 26, 2013.Last Modified September 26, 2013.
Charter schools in Northeast and Central Valley region are growing in response to demand from parents looking for high-quality educational options.
Charter schools in the San Diego region are growing in response to tremendous demand from parents looking for high-quality public school options.
Charter schools in the Bay Area are growing in response to tremendous demand from parents looking for high-quality public school options. The Bay Area is home to over 250 diverse charter schools that are helping to close the achievement gap.
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.
On average, charter schools in OUSD outperform OUSD traditional public schools by 52 API points, averaging a 780 API to the district average of 728.From: In the News.Published September 19, 2013.Last Modified October 7, 2013.
Activate Instruction is an open platform where teachers can browse, search, rate, add, share, and organize their favorite Common Core-aligned resources, and put them together in personalized playlists for students.From: In the News.Published August 8, 2013.Last Modified August 8, 2013.
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Sacramento Charter School Leaders (SCSL) is an example of how effective teams spur success through collaboration. The SCCL is a great model for charters looking to exchange ideas that benefit the students they serve.From: In the News.Published June 27, 2013.Last Modified June 27, 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.
Synergy Charter Academy in South Los Angeles has been named the Best Urban Elementary School in America by the National Center for Urban School Transformation. Synergy's 953 API makes it the highest performing elementary in Los Angeles - 88 percent of the school's students qualify for free or reduced price lunch.From: In the News.Published June 3, 2013.Last Modified June 3, 2013.
Charter school teachers offer a unique perspective and add an important voice to education policy discussions. But how can they get involved? Find out in these new videos.From: In the News.Published March 27, 2013.Last Modified April 4, 2013.
The 20th Anniversary California Charters Conference was attended by 3,500 teachers, leaders and parents. Re-live the special moments or discover what you missed: awards, youth performances and presentations by keynote speakers. Please check back as we will be adding video...From: In the News.Published March 18, 2013.Last Modified May 21, 2013.
San Diego Unified School District is Awarded the Hart Vision Brian Bennett Authorizer of the Year - the Highest Honor for a California Charter Authorizer
The SDUSD's collaborative efforts produced something truly historic -passage of a facilities bond that will greatly support the learning of all students in San Diego.From: In the News.Published March 15, 2013.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
Barbara Grimm-Marshall's Commitment to Fertile Young Minds is Celebrated with the California Charter Schools Association'sHart Vision Award
As co-owner of Grimmway Farms, one of the largest and most respected agriculture companies in California, Barbara has been dedicated to support schools in and around Bakersfield, not only for her company's employees, but for all students in the region.From: In the News.Published March 15, 2013.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
Hart Vision Award for Charter School Volunteer of the Year is Shared by Meadows Art and Technology Charter School Parents Tommy & Cheryl Kitahata
Hart Vision Award for Charter Volunteer of the Year was presented to Tommy and Cheryl Kitahata, parent volunteers with Meadows Art and Technology Charter School (MATES), founded in the Thousand Oaks area of Los Angeles in 2009.
20th Annual California Charter Schools Conference Presents Hart Vision Award for Charter School Teacher of the Year to Jeanne Saiza of Palisades Charter High School
Charter schools in California were created to give teachers opportunities to be innovative and transformative leaders, and Jeanne Saiza - Hart Vision Teacher of the Year- brings these qualities to her work with faculty, families and students alike," said Dr. Pamela Magee,
20th Annual California Charter Schools Conference Presents Hart Vision Award for Charter School Leader of the Year Jackie Elliot
The Hart Vision Award for the outstanding Charter Leader of the Year was presented to Jacqueline Elliot, Ed.D., of Partnerships to Uplift Communities (PUC) schools. As co-founder and CEO of PUC schools, Dr. Elliot opened Community Charter Middle School in 1999 and now operates 12 schools.
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