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AB 1531 dies in the Assembly Appropriations Committee along with several other bills impacting charter schools.From: In the News.Published May 23, 2014.Last Modified May 23, 2014.
Take action today and oppose Senate Bill 1263 (Pavley) that creates oppressive facilities barriers for charter schools.From: In the News.Published May 22, 2014.Last Modified May 22, 2014.
Read CCSA's response to the recently released report: Charter School Vulnerabilities to Waste, Fraud & Abuse.From: In the News.Published May 9, 2014.Last Modified May 9, 2014.
CCSA needs you to take action today on two critical legislative bills that impact California charter schools: Assembly Bill 2178 (Levine) and Assembly Bill 1531 (Chau).From: In the News.Published April 25, 2014.Last Modified April 25, 2014.
Dozens of San Diego's charter parents and leaders take a firm stand against Assembly Bill 1531 at a press conference in front of the district offices of Assemblymembers Gonzalez and Weber.From: In the News.Published April 16, 2014.Last Modified April 16, 2014.
Each year, CCSA advocates for fair and adequate funding for charter schools. In 2012 we fought for, and with your help, secured many funding wins for charter schools.From: In the News.Published April 17, 2013.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
February 22 was the last day for legislators to introduce legislation for the 2013 year. All of the introduced bills will now be vetted through multiple policy committees, have their cost analyzed by fiscal committees and be voted on by both houses of the legislature.From: In the News.Published March 22, 2013.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
As 2012 comes to an end, we would like to take a moment to reflect on this year's legislative changes.From: In the News.Published December 19, 2012.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
Last week's General Election provided California voters with numerous opportunities to impact education policy, from the Presidential contest to local school board races and everything in between.From: In the News.Published November 15, 2012.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
After the California Legislature adjourned at the end of August, Governor Jerry Brown had hundreds of bills on his desk on which to act. By the end of September 30, Governor Brown had acted on all of the 996 bills sent to him in 2012.From: In the News.Published October 18, 2012.Last Modified June 28, 2013.
National Charter Schools Week Q & A with former Assemblymember Ted Lempert, author of the charter school expansion bill, AB 544, in California.From: In the News.Published May 8, 2012.Last Modified May 16, 2012.
CCSA Press Statement Regarding Passage of AB 1172, which would make it harder for charter schools to be approved by school districts, passed the Assembly Floor.From: In the News.Published January 30, 2012.Last Modified January 30, 2012.
CCSA has achieved wins at the legislative level that result in more funds for charters and has been successful in defeating legislation that would cost charters dearly.From: In the News.Published November 15, 2011.Last Modified May 7, 2013.
CCSA ramped up our advocacy efforts this year in response to a vast increase in the number of anti-charter school bills introduced in the Legislature. Because of member participation and CCSA's advocacy efforts, no bills are headed to the Governor for his signature or veto that CCSA opposes.From: In the News.Published September 30, 2011.Last Modified October 11, 2011.
Charter school news for the week ending June 17, 2011.From: In the News.Published June 17, 2011.Last Modified June 18, 2011.
State Senate approves SB 645, a CCSA-sponsored bill which would increase academic accountability in California's charter schools.From: In the News.Published June 1, 2011.Last Modified June 1, 2011.
An update on what's happening in the state capitol during the week of May 30.From: In the News.Published May 31, 2011.Last Modified May 31, 2011.
Charter school news for the week ending May 20, 2011.From: In the News.Published May 20, 2011.Last Modified May 20, 2011.
CCSA Statement on Passage of Anti-Charter Legislation Intended to Cap Number of Charters in California
The State Assembly passed AB 401 (Ammiano-D) in a vote of 43-29. The bill would cap the number of charter schools at 1,450 for the next five years, limiting growth and impacting families and students statewide. Jed Wallace, president and CEO of the CCSA, released this statement on the anti-charter bill.From: In the News.Published May 19, 2011.Last Modified May 19, 2011.
Assembly Education Committee Rejects Anti-Charter School Measure Intended to Limit Growth and Choice
Assembly Education Committee Rejects Anti-Charter Bill AB 1172; Bill Intended to Limit Charter Growth and Due ProcessFrom: In the News.Published May 4, 2011.Last Modified October 26, 2012.
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