September 9, 2010 Northern California will see tremendous charter school growth this school year, despite precarious budgetary times; 22 charters are opening this school year in the area stretching north from San Joaquin County to Butte County. Charter schools are filling the void in public school education, and charter leaders are leveraging this increase to encourage more parents and students to make the choice for a high-quality education. The Sacramento Bee has the story, which includes insight from Jed Wallace, CCSA's President and CEO, as well as CCSA Regional Director Laura Kerr.
Charter Schools Grow Across the State
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