Category: California Charter Schools

2018 California Mid-Term Election Update

2018 California Mid-Term Election Update On Tuesday, Californians went out to vote and decided a number of races; they also left a number of races to be determined as ballots are counted. So, while numbers are changing, this is an update on where we currently stand on a few of the races. Gavin Newsom will…

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New Five-Day California Charter School Funding Option

 New Five-Day California Charter School Funding Option We heard from a number of charter schools that they needed a faster funding option for tight-turn budget needs. We’re very excited to now be able to answer that request with our new five-day funding option, currently exclusively for California charter schools. Since our founding, we’ve been able…

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2018 California Budget Passes

2018 California Budget Passes Last Thursday the Legislature acted on the 2018 California budget and sent it to the Governor for his signature.  There are still some trailer bills that they must pass but the document represents an agreement between the Governor and Legislative leadership.  Additionally, the budget agreement covered areas of disagreement between the…

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California Primary: Election Results Come In

California Election: Primary Results Come In Tuesday, Californians went to the polls to vote in the ‘jungle’ primary. There were two notable results from the California primary election that will affect the charter school and education reform community. As I have stated before the races for Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI) turned into proxy…

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Upcoming California Primary Election Update

Upcoming California Primary Election On Tuesday, June 5th, Californians will go to the ballot to vote in our Primary Election. There are two major races in the California primary election that will affect the charter school and education reform communities: • the race for Governor; and • the race for Superintendent of Public Education. The…

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Charter School Capital Funding Supports Provisional Accelerated Learning Center’s Success

Charter School Capital Funding Supports Provisional Accelerated Learning Center’s Success In this School Spotlight, we share how Charter School Capital funding helped Provisional Accelerated Learning Center (PAL) become financially solvent. Read this full case study to learn more about PAL and how they partnered with Charter School Capital to fill funding gaps. In the mid-1980s, San…

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California Education Reform: Races Heating Up

California Education Reform: Races Heating Up As Election Day nears, two races are heating up that could severely impact California education reform efforts. The races represent fights between education reformers and members of the traditional education system. We saw this fight play out four years ago in the race for Superintendent of Public Instruction. In…

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