CDE names the California Distinguished Elementary Schools. Several charters made the list.
Review of the some relevant charter school-related news in California for the week ending 3/30/12.
The Honorable Patricia Lucas of the Superior Court of the State of California issued a judgment that requires the Los Altos School District to provide Bullis Charter School with a school site that complies with Prop. 39.
Highlight of charter news stories in California for the week ending 3/23/12.
An inside look at the Port of Los Angeles High School’s Advanced Placement (AP) Environmental Science Program.
A message to members from CCSA President and CEO Jed Wallace
“You don’t know me, but indirectly you have a made a significant difference in my life. I am 13 years old and I attend a charter school in San Diego. The same charter school that I have been at since I was in kindergarten.”
Each year, The Classical Academies’ school community participates in the Letters to Leaders Initiative, a campaign to involve students, parents, and team members in an organized and specific plan to address an issue facing charter schools, and to give them outlet to be involved to communicate directly with our state leaders.
CCSA Statement Announcing Support for Governor Brown's Initiative to Increase Revenue for All Public Schools, Including Charters
CCSA announces support for Governor Brown’s “Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act,” which appears as Proposition 30 on the ballot on Nov. 6, 2012.
Round-up of stories featured this week on the 19th Annual CA Charter Schools Conference, held in Sacramento, CA, February 27-March 1, 2012.
Outstanding charter high school students receive the Susan Steelman Bragato Scholarship at the 19th Annual Charter Schools Conference.
Hart Vision Elected Leader of the Year Award is presented to Senator Bob Huff at the 19th Annual Charter Schools Conference in Sacramento, CA.
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.