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Rosebud Academy Charter School Planting Seeds of Black Excellence

This week CCSA heads to Southern California to profile another school as part our “Serving Black Students With Excellence” series honoring Black History Month. Today, we’re spotlighting Pasadena Rosebud Academy Charter School (K-8) which is...

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Five Interesting Facts About Amanda Gorman’s Educational Roots in CA

Amada Gorman captivated the nation when she read her poem “The Hill We Climb” during the 2021 Presidential Inauguration. The 22-year-old Harvard graduate has since become a national sensation, appearing on other high-profile television programs...

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Black History Month: Sac Charter High Growing Next Generation of Black Scholars

CCSA’s “Serving Black Students with Excellence” series continues this week in honor of Black History Month. Today, we’re profiling Sacramento Charter High School (9-12) in Sacramento, California – the highest performing high school for Black...

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Groundbreaking Zoo-Charter Public School Puts Fresno On the Map

California’s first fully operational zoo-charter public school is set to open its doors this fall in Fresno, putting the Central Valley on the map for reimagining the learning environment for all children, especially underserved students.

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Black History Month: Overcoming Challenges for Black Students in California

How do California public schools overcome systemic barriers and challenges so that Black students get a high-quality, equitable education?

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Black History Month: Wilder’s Prep Continues Legacy of Black Student Achievement in Inglewood

In honor of Black History Month and our “Serving Black Students with Excellence” series, today we’re profiling Wilder’s Preparatory Academy (K-5) and Wilder’s Preparatory Academy Middle (6-8) in Inglewood, California.

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