Roseland Charter School receives AT&T grant.
Despite the success of charter schools, or perhaps because of it, misconceptions abound about what charter schools are and what they do. This fact sheet addresses several common myths about charter schools.
Charter News Round-Up blog reviews top news stories highlighting California charter schools for the week ending on 9/21/12.
On September 11, 2012, LAUSD Board Member Steve Zimmer introduced a resolution to limit choices for parents by not allowing the board to hear any petitions for new charter schools.
Charter school laws across the country, including California, place the burden of obtaining and paying for facilities on the charter schools themselves. As a result, charter schools often struggle to find adequate and affordable facilities, and charter leaders routinely identify...
In California, charter schools not only receive less funding than traditional public schools, many also face challenges simply acquiring facilities.
The November 6 elections are quickly approaching, and in many areas, voters will be deciding not only the Presidential outcome but also facilities bonds
Many charter schools across the state submit applications to their districts every year in an effort to secure space, and under Prop. 39, districts are required to provide reasonably equivalent facilities.
Students were treated to a bit of history on the charter schools movement, as CCSA officially kicked-off the 20th Anniversary of California Charter Schools with a news conference and celebration.
Over the next several weeks, CCSA will be participating in a series of local events in cities like San Diego, Oakland, San Jose, Fresno, Butte and Chico, which will celebrate the contributions charters have made to education, and engage charter school supporters to collectively raise awareness on the issues that impact us all.
Welcome to the new school year! By now, charter schools throughout California have begun classes, and are well on their way to having a wonderful year. We are too!
Imagine if all charter teachers in the state of California advocated for their schools.
Students across California headed back to school in the past few weeks, with several charter schools opening their doors across the state.
Press statement from Jed Wallace, president and CEO, CCSA, on Transitional Kindergarten and charter schools.
The Laura and John Arnold Foundation (LJAF) recently launched an innovative education database system, the Education Resource Information Navigator Project (ERIN Project). The web-based system is free and open to the public.
As schools, we have an incredible opportunity to engage the community in voting. CCSA has launched a new campaign and toolkit to make it easy!
Los Angeles Times Editorial on private school students choosing to attend charters in greater numbers.