June 2014

CCSA Issues Statement on the Approval of SB 1263 by the Assembly Education Committee

CCSA released the following statement regarding the approval of SB 1263 that creates critical facilities barriers for charter schools by the Assembly Education Committee today.

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Response to Article: Charter Schools May Affect Quality of Education for Disabled Students

Read Response to “Charter Schools May Affect Quality of Education for Disabled Students”

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CCSA Issues Statement on the Approval of AB 913 by the Senate Education Committee

CCSA releases a statement regarding the negative impact on education and charter schools as a result of the approval of AB 913 by the Senate Education Committee.

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Marlene Canter Writes: "What's right in L.A.'s charter schools"

On June 16, 2014, the Los Angeles Register published an op-ed by Marlene Canter, “*What’s right in L.A.’s charter schools.”

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CCSA Welcomes Amy Blumberg James as Director, Legislative Affairs

It’s no wonder that Amy Blumberg James is drawn to the rapid pace of legislative affairs. A runner who has completed two marathons, Amy is no stranger to the energy and endurance that being an effective legislative director requires. She…

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Your Voice Needed to Oppose Critical Charter School Legislation: AB 913

Take action today to oppose AB 913 (Chau) which would create burdensome and unnecessary barriers for charter schools regarding conflict of interest requirements.

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3 Charter Schools Receive Award of Career Pathways Trust Grants Linking Education and Careers

John Muir Charter School, Public Safety Academy of San Bernardino, and W.E.B Dubois Public Charter School receive a grant from the new Career Pathways Trust program.

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How to Build a High Quality Charter School Sector

CCSA’s Jed Wallace and Elizabeth Robitaille weigh in on why some charter sectors outpace their local district schools while others are falling behind.

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