Adopted in 2010 by the California Department of Education (CDE), the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are currently in the implementation phase. Learn more.
Learn about the recent FCC E-Rate Modernization Order changes to the E-Rate Program. Register for the webinar!
October is the best time to share your collective charter community voice! Register for a discounted conference rate, submit a proposal to present at the event and nominate someone for a Hart Vision Teacher and Volunteer of the Year nominations. Learn More.
The University of California has announced that in February 2015 it is releasing an online platform to submit A-G courses. Register Today!
The Classical Academies Charter Schools Demonstrates Hybrid Models Can be Successful for Serving All Students Including Students with Special Needs
Special Education is a field that is wide open to embracing the many autonomy that the charter movement offers. As a hybrid model, Classical Academies offers its students a high quality combination of both a rigorous classroom setting combined with the personalization provided by independent study.
Question: Is a charter school required to state in their petition whether or not they want to be their own Local Educational Agency (LEA)? Answer: Charter schools need to disclose their entire governance structure and describe their financial planning…
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has recently been receiving complaints against Scholastic School Supply. Consumers reaching out to the BBB allege that Scholastic School Supply is sending false invoices to schools and school districts throughout the country for a bulk purchase of text books that were never requested or received.
Got questions on the 2014-15 State Budget and how the state’s financial situation will impact your school? Look no further than CCSA’s Business Managers’ meetings!
The Prop. 39 application cycle is underway and CCSA has new and updated resources, including free legal help, available for member schools.
Vision To Learn (VTL) is a non-profit organization that provides free eye exams and glasses to children in low-income communities throughout California through a mobile optometric clinic that comes to their elementary school and community center.
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