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We’re proud of the schools we serve. Each one of these schools has a unique mission, and each serves a...
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Since 2017, Charter School Capital has held an annual essay contest celebrating exceptional teachers. We call it the Dewey Awards,...
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After a full year of mid-pandemic learning, a major topic among educators is bridging the education and social gap for...
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Article by Karen D’Souza, John Fensterwald, & Daniel J. Willis (republished from EdSource) The pandemic has intensified a multi-year trend...
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Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom presented his May Revision to the January budget. As expected, state revenues are significantly down,...
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This week saw a lot of action on charter school legislation as Friday, April 28 represented the last day for...
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The California State Legislature adjourned on August 31st, giving Governor Jerry Brown until September 30th to sign or veto legislation...
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Last week the California Governor Jerry Brown released his May Revision. The Revision amends the budget that he introduced in...
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When Emily and Ian McVey decided to open a charter school, their primary focus was to bring an innovative education...
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Over the next few weeks, our team at Charter School Capital is following the California Charter School Association’s (CCSA) campaign...
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Last week the legislature adjourned for the year, completing the first year of the 2015-2016 legislative session. Friday night saw a...
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Last week, the California legislature returned from its month long summer recess and will meet for a few weeks before...
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This month, budget hearings are set to begin as the California Budget Subcommittees of the Legislature look at the Governor’s...
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Join us on Wednesday, February 18th at 9:00 a.m. Pacific / 12:00 p.m. Eastern for our webinar, “Building a Growth Strategy: Start-up, Growth,...
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This week the legislature reconvenes for the 2015-16 legislative session and below we have outlined how committee changes may impact...
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As the dust settles on the California general election we can begin to see what it means for education reform advocates...
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The last day of September was officially the close of the 2013 – 2014 legislative session. Though the legislature adjourned...
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On Friday, California Governor Brown began taking action on education related bills that were on his desk and he vetoed...
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Welcome to Charter School Capital’s weekly round-up where we feature charter school news about operations, policy, funding for charter schools,...
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At the start of 2014 the California Teacher’s Association, the state’s largest teachers union, made a decision to focus on...
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The California Assembly Education Committee passed AB 2007 by Assemblywoman Shannon Grove from Bakersfield. This is very positive for California...
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“Without Charter School Capital, we honestly wouldn’t exist.” Those are the words of Ricardo Mireles, executive director of Academia Avance...
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Charter School Capital is getting ready to head to San Jose for the 21st Annual California Charter Schools Conference. This...
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Share What School Choice Means To You In honor of National School Choice Week (Jan. 26 – Feb. 1, 2014),...
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Charter High School of the Arts – Multimedia and Performing (CHAMPS) in Van Nuys, California has a diverse culture and unique educational...
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BUDGET PROPOSAL POSITIVE BUT MAY CLASH WITH LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES Last week California Governor Jerry Brown released his proposed budget for...
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The California Department of Education is requesting that all data files be submitted no later than Wednesday, January 15th in...
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To Test or Not to Test: That is The Question Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed bill AB 484...
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Monday night, June 10th, the conference committee closed out the open items in the budget negotiations.  The legislature and the...
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It felt like they were set up for failure. In June of 2012, Academic Performance Excellence Academy (APEX) in the...
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If the California Charter School Act of 1992 marks the charter school community’s most pivotal legislative victory, it can be...
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Among the factors that determine a student’s likelihood to attend college, middle school figures prominently. Performance during grades six through...
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At CHAMPS Charter High School of the Arts in Van Nuys, California, creativity takes center stage. While financial strain has...
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In celebration of the 20th anniversary of charter schools in California, we’ll be counting down the days to the California...
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With California Governor Jerry Brown releasing his January budget proposal the administration’s educational priorities have become clear for everyone to...
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As Election Day draws near, the battle between Proposition 30 (the California governor’s tax plan to help balance the state budget) and Proposition 38 (Molly Munger’s education...
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Last Friday, August 31, the California legislature adjourned for the year, completing their work on several controversial issues in the...
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Much of the current education discussion in California today is focused on the upcoming tax increase initiative, Prop 30, and...
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