Read CCSA’s response to the San Mateo County News story “Study Proves Charter Schools Are No Silver Bullet.”
AB 1531 dies in the Assembly Appropriations Committee along with several other bills impacting charter schools.
Take action today and oppose Senate Bill 1263 (Pavley) that creates oppressive facilities barriers for charter schools.
Saturday, May 17, 2014 marks the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education decision striking down “separate but equal” segregation in public education.
Many schools and districts have indicated that they will decide on a daily basis when the schools will reopen.
Schools earning California Distinguished School recognition are chosen because of their strong commitment and innovative approaches to improving student academic achievement.
Ten charter schools will receive the 2013-14 Title I Academic Achievement Award.
Read CCSA’s response to the recently released report: Charter School Vulnerabilities to Waste, Fraud & Abuse.
Gina Plate, CCSA Senior Special Education Advisor, Elected Chair of Statewide Advisory Commission on Special Education
Gina Plate named Chair of California Advisory Commission on Special Education.
On May 10th, as many as 500 parents will rally for a new charter school in West Adams.
Hundreds of Charter School Parents to Meet and Evaluate Candidates for LAUSD Board District 1 at Public Forum
More than 200 charter school parents are expected to attend a forum featuring five candidates running for LAUSD’s Board District 1 seat.
CCSA hosts more than 300 charter school leaders, supporters, parents and students from across the state at annual Advocacy Day in Sacramento.
CCSA Files Lawsuit Against West Contra Costa Unified School District Seeking Parcel Tax Funding Equity for Charter Public School Students
CCSA seeks a legal finding from the California courts to declare that the WCCUSD’s allocation of parcel tax proceeds to charter public schools as unconstitutional and discriminatory.
Join Us in Celebrating National Charter Schools Week and the Growth of California’s Charter Movement
Each year during National Charter Schools Week, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) releases annual data on the number of students across the state on waiting lists to attend charter schools. This year, a record 91,000 students are on charter schools waitlists in California.
Several distinguished leaders from across the country honored as a Champion for Charters during an award reception in Washington, D.C.
Join more than 4,000 charter school teachers, leaders, and advocates to learn practices and policies that make a difference in our classrooms at the 2015 National Charter Schools Conference.