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February 2015 CEO Message

Read the February 2015 CEO Message from Jed Wallace.

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CCSA Submits Letter Calling for Support of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)

CCSA calls for the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions to support the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).

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Who Will Win Big? Cast Your OMMV Video Contest Vote by Feb. 5!

Only three days left to vote for your favorite video! Vote today!

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Department of Education and Charter Schools Association Agree with Civil Rights Group: Public Schools Can't Force Parents to Volunteer

CCSA and Public Advocates issued a joint press release following a united effort focused on the same fundamental goal of doing what is in the best interest of all students.

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January 2015 CEO Message from Jed Wallace

Read the January 2015 CEO Message.

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January 25-31, 2015 is School Choice Week!

School Choice takes center stage during a week celebrating all educational options. The spotlight will shine on effective schools for every child.

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Response to East Bay Express article, "A New Era for Charter Schools?"

Read CCSA’s response to the East Bay Express article,”A New Era for Charter Schools?”

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You be the Judge. Vote Now!

Visit the OMMV Video Gallery and be inspired as you watch videos from across the state that show why charters matter.

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National Charter School Resource Center Releases Case Study of El Sol Science and Arts Academy, Highlighting Promising Effort to Reach English Learner Students

El Sol Science and Arts Academy is profiled in a recent report by the National Charter School Resource Center that highlights their efforts to reach English learner students.

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Response to Los Angeles Times editorial, "Charter schools' volunteer demands may discourage needy students"

Read CCSA’s response to the Los Angeles Times editorial, “‘Charter schools’ volunteer demands may discourage needy students.”

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