Legal challenges continue to be a major obstacle in the charter school movement. Many schools are forced to divert financial resources away from important educational programs in order to address challenges such as overregulation by authorizers and facilities inequities, among other things. CCSA's Legal Advocacy Team provides various resources to members and the general public in an effort to address these inequities.
CCSA established the Charter Schools Legal Defense Fund (LDF) with the goal of providing California charter school students continued access to programs, facilities, and resources needed for high-quality education. Learn more.
CCSA has compiled a selection of legal documents from key California cases on several critical topics. This resources is provided as a service to the charter school legal community. Explore the Legal Library.
In partnership with the law firm of Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, CCSA's LDF publishes a Compilation of Selected Laws Applicable to Charter Schools. This booklet is a handy reference for charter school operators and board members of member schools. Bookmark it or print it out and keep it handy for easy desk reference. It contains all the relevant legislative and regulatory changes affecting charter schools this year. Download the document.
Ask A Question
Let us know what you need:
From Our Blog
May 9, 2014
Read CCSA's response to the recently released report: Charter School Vulnerabilities to Waste, Fraud & Abuse.
March 17, 2014
CCSA has a program under which qualifying CCSA members can receive pro bono or reduced rate legal support with the incorporation...