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CCSA has called for the non-renewal of five (5) charter public schools across California that are below CCSA's Minimum Criteria for Renewal. These schools are among the lowest performing schools in the state, have not demonstrated substantial growth over time, and have consistently ranked near the bottom of state and local measures of academic performance.From: In the News.Published December 2, 2014.Last Modified December 10, 2014.
CCSA has called for the non-renewal of five (5) charter public schools across California that are below CCSA's Minimum Criteria for Renewal. Download the PCNR 2014 Press Kit materials.From: In the News.Published December 1, 2014.Last Modified December 2, 2014.
In order to make the renewal process as easy as possible for our members, the Association has several renewal resources available.From: In the News.Published June 25, 2013.Last Modified July 2, 2013.
If you are renewing in the 2013-14 school year, CCSA is here to support you!From: In the News.Published May 30, 2013.Last Modified June 26, 2013.
Looking for a scary story to tell around the campfire this summer? Look no further than some of the challenges that charter schools have faced around renewals over the last year. Don't get trapped in an ugly renewal game!From: In the News.Published June 27, 2012.Last Modified June 26, 2012.
Charter school news for the week ending January 13, 2012.From: In the News.Published January 13, 2012.Last Modified January 13, 2012.
The 2010 Legislative session officially ended on August 31, with the Governor having one month after the end of session to sign or veto legislation. Importantly to charter school supporters, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed two pieces of legislation that CCSA opposed, AB 572 and AB 2543. He also signed AB 184, which provides relief for cash-strapped school districts struggling to cope with ongoing budget shortfalls.From: In the News.Published October 14, 2010.Last Modified October 14, 2010.
Across the state, CCSA has seen charter schools, even those with strong track records and seemingly good relationships with their authorizers, struggle through renewal. In many cases this struggle is caused by what CCSA has deemed authorizer "over regulation." Long Valley Charter School (LVCS) in Lassen County was poised to be another casualty of a difficult renewal process, until persistence, stakeholder support, and access to CCSA resources saved the day.From: In the News.Published August 12, 2010.Last Modified August 12, 2010.
The Association is pleased to offer online Developer Information Sessions on topics ranging from Incorporation to designing a realistic charter school budget. Each session provides expert instruction and a forum for questions and answers....From: In the News.Published June 30, 2010.Last Modified June 30, 2010.
The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA), along with Assemblymember Juan Arámbula (I-Fresno), have introduced AB 1991, which would specify and raise accountability standards for student performance and outcomes in the state's charter schools.From: In the News.Published April 20, 2010.Last Modified November 12, 2010.
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