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"Our job is to provide member schools with rapid, accurate information," explained Alice Miller, director, Knowledge Management. "We provide answers to questions, issues, and concerns spanning a complete range of charter school topics, and offer direct support for highly targeted compliance issues on a consultation basis."From: In the News.Published June 26, 2012.Last Modified June 26, 2012.
To help CCSA members celebrate National Charter Schools Week AND to kick-off the 20th Anniversary Celebration culminating with the 20th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in San Diego, CCSA is proud to offer a 20th Anniversary Conference Registration Special of only $300!From: In the News.Published May 7, 2012.Last Modified May 7, 2012.
To start a charter school in California, you need a vision, passion, and perseverance. You also need a rock-solid petition, a board of directors, authorizer approval, and a facility. It's not easy to turn the dream of opening a school into reality, especially in these tough economic times, but the growth of new high-quality charter schools is critical for families in communities with few good educational options.From: In the News.Published October 20, 2011.Last Modified October 24, 2011.
To enable our member charter schools to offer employee benefits packages usually found in the traditional school system, CCSA has developed Charter Employee Services (CES). CES offers comprehensive, charter-specific benefits packages at low, negotiated rates.From: In the News.Published December 20, 2010.Last Modified December 20, 2010.
The historic volume of new charter schools in 2010-11 shows the California charter school movement's tireless efforts are paying off in a number of ways. None of this is possible without the pooling of minds and resources, so thank you for your continued membership with CCSA. Your feedback keeps us on pace with school needs, and one way we gather feedback is through an annual satisfaction survey.From: In the News.Published November 23, 2010.Last Modified November 23, 2010.
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