Questions about Common Core implementation? Don't miss this in-person workshop presented by The Center for College & Career Readiness, in partnership with the California Charter Schools Association.
Question: Which credential is needed to teach 6th grade math and science at our site-based charter school?
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recently unveiled the new "Recommended Literature: Pre-Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve" list.
Got questions about the Common Core? Join our webinar to learn what charter schools must do to implement the Common Core standards.
Got questions about the Common Core? Join our webinar to learn what charter schools must do to implement the Common Core standards and the Smarter Balanced Assessments.
An entire classroom has a chance to win iPads, Kinkdles, Nooks or Chrombooks from the CK-12 Foundation by demonstrating educational innovation and creativity in the "Get-Real" competition.
Question: Are charter high schools required to offer Drivers Ed classes to their students?
Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts is hosting an upcoming Project GLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design) Tier I Training for educators at its school.
CCSA members are invited to participate in Common Core and College & Career Readiness opportunities at no cost thanks to CCSA Vendor Member Center for College & Career Readiness.
Question: Must Physical Education Teachers at Charter Schools Be Credentialed?
Common Core Assessments will be the focus of the next San Diego County Office of Education Curriculum and Instruction Network meeting on Thursday, December 13, 2012 from 12:45 pm - 3:00 pm.
A FREE, online learning platforms to CA Charter Schools. These include a digital literacy program which covers the topics of cyber bullying, online safety, website credibility, texting and driving, and more.
Interested in resources for boosting students' reading comprehension? Too busy to attend face-to-face professional development? Take this free online course for charter school teachers!
The beginning of the school year can be hectic, but it's also an important time to review and update vital information. The Association's "Back to School Checklist" contains information schools should consider as they prepare to open for a new school year
It is the position of the California Charter Schools Association that the applicable law, SB 1381, regarding Transitional Kindergarten does not require charter schools to offer Transitional Kindergarten.
Charter schools in SDUSD are finding great success in growing their schools through expansion of their current program by adding grades to their current petition.
For Spring, the California Department of Education (CDE) has added new professional development content related to Common Core State Standards.
Are you an educator interested in helping shape what students learn in the classroom? Find out how you can participate.
Question: May charter schools develop partnerships with private entities for the purpose of licensing curriculum to be used at the charter school?
SDCOE continues their support of the charter community by hosting this excellent opportunity to meet, share best practices, learn and more.
Question: Is it legal to operate a single-sex charter school?
Defense Authorization Bill Clears Senate: Changes Enlistment Policies for Online Charter School Graduates
Online learning is no longer a small pilot program; thousands of students are learning via this model each year. CCSA encourages federal law that recognizes online education and treats it equally with other forms of educational delivery.
Question: Can religious curriculum be taught at a charter school?
External Opportunity: Free Multimedia Presentation & Leadership Workshop in Partnership with Participant Media and Me to We
Me to We and Participant Media are excited to continue their partnership through an exclusive speaking tour based on the award-winning documentary, Waiting for "Superman." Through an hour-long presentation designed for high-school students, using themes and clips from Waiting for "Superman" and an afternoon action-planning workshop for 30 students focused on issues awareness and leadership skill building, Me to We speakers explore the importance of and barriers to education across the world.
Question: As a newly-opened charter high school, when do we need to go through WASC so we can offer UC-approved A-G courses?
CCSA has created a Knowledge Brief on Career Technical Education that addresses how to fund a CTE program and provide CTE courses, as well as case studies of charter schools across the state that are successfully providing CTE courses.
Question: Education Code Section 51745(e) states, "No course included among the courses required for high school graduation under Education Code Section 51225.3 shall be offered exclusively through independent study." Does this apply to charter schools with independent study programs?
Cyberbullying is back to school, too. Don't let it get settled in.
Question: How will the passage of the Fair Education Act impact charter schools?
Teachers! Take advantage of this online resource: planning guides and actionable research delivered to your inbox!
Question: Are charter schools required to have a license to provide after school care?
Question: Is there funding available to help provide meals to low-income preschool students at a charter school?