Learn the Ins and Outs of Fundraising with CCSA's Not-to-be-Missed Webinar on January 23

Worried about money? Attend CCSA's Fundraising Workshop!

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CCSA Launches Start-Up Circles to Support School Developers

Start-Up Circles in the Bay Area and Sacramento brought together educators, parents, and community leaders to discuss the process of starting a school, the landscape in the Bay Area and Sacramento, respectively, and supports available to teams interested in starting a school.

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20th Annual Conference Unveils New Look + Special Events + Opportunity to WIN!

The 20th Annual California Charter Schools Conference is almost here and will be held March 11 - 14, 2013 in San Diego at the San Diego Convention Center. We are proud to unveil the new, exciting look for the 20th Anniversary Celebration as well as opportunities to win amazing prizes to attend our 2014 conference.

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January 2013 Message to Members from Jed Wallace

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The New Year is off to a tremendous start and I wanted to share an update on significant legislative matters that we are working on with members.

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CCSA Statement on Governor Brown's Proposed Budget

CCSA Applauds Governor Brown's Commitment to Education, noting the Budget Begins to Restore Lost Education Funding

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Fact Sheet: Charter School Performance and Accountability

This fact sheet describes CCSA's Accountability Framework and Minimum Criteria for Renewal, as well as Academic Accountability Report Cards and accountability-related legislation sponsored by the Association.

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Op-ed by Jed Wallace: "Why California must lead the way in closing underperforming charter schools"

Jed Wallace, president and CEO of the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) penned an op-ed for Edsource calling for high accountability for charter schools and for the charter community to lead the way.

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Fact Sheet: Oakland Charter Schools and College-Readiness

In February 2014, CCSA released a report on Oakland public charter middle and high schools which shows that while the graduation rate at traditional district high schools has remained at 50%, the average graduation rate at charter schools has increased to 68%.

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