Member schools can take advantage of professional learning opportunities offered by the School Leaders Network at a significantly reduced cost. Through this initiative, school leaders will be supported in the transition to common core.
The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) and the CCSA Employee Welfare Benefit Trust (CCSA EWBT) program are pleased to announce a collaborative transition of relationship and the establishment of “CharterLIFE” that will continue to provide health insurance benefits and services for the California charter school community.
Pivot Learning Partners offers comprehensive support and services to help charter schools leverage LCFF and LCAP in order to create more transparent, efficient and inclusive school planning and budgeting systems at no-cost to schools.
Two charter management organizations (CMOs) and eight school districts have been selected to participate in the California K-8 NGSS Early Implementation Initiative.
Charter schools can view the first official calculations of $42 billion in school funding they will receive under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) via the new “LCFF Funding Snapshot.”
The planned release date of the 2014-15 Public Charter Schools Grant Program (PCSGP) Request for Applications (RFA) for Planning and Implementation (P/I) grants is August 1, 2014.
What changes occurred in the Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program as a result of the State Budget adoption, and what is their impact on charter schools?
CCSA is proud to offer our Summer Registration Special - a flat rate of $325 per person for the 22nd Annual CA Charter Schools Conference taking place March 16-19, 2015 in Sacramento.
Funding to help make science and mathematics more engaging for students in grades 6-12.
When obtaining petition signatures must the charter be complete? In other words, must it be the exact petition that will be submitted to the district, or can the petition be revised beyond that point?
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