CharterNation Blog

A place for California parents to connect with the charter public school community

Mi escuela chárter me salvó la vida:

Nací en Compton, California, crecí con 13 hermanos, una madre que era drogadicta, un padre en la cárcel y me tocó ir a una escuela pública tan grande que los maestros no tenían tiempo para darme la atención necesaria.

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5 Things to Know About Stanford University’s “Getting Down To The Facts”

Bringing together a ton of really smart people from over 30 institutions, Stanford University recently released the findings of its “Getting Down to Facts” research project that took a hard look at the status of California’s school finance and...

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5 COSAS QUE DEBE SABER ACERCA DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE STANFORD "BAJARSE A LOS HECHOS"

Reuniendo a una tonelada de personas realmente inteligentes de más de 30 instituciones, la Universidad de Stanford publicó recientemente los hallazgos de su proyecto de investigación "Getting Down to Facts" que analizó detenidamente el estado de...

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Championing charters this school year

After the success of the 2017 – 18 school year, California charter school students should be especially excited about going #BacktoSchool.  

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The latest in tuition-free options for a high-quality education

This Back-to-School season, students across the state will be starting classes at brand new charter schools in California. While the first day of school is always exciting, there is even more excitement when a school is opening its doors for the...

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My charter school saved my life

I was born and raised in Compton, California with a mother on drugs, a dad in prison, 13 siblings, and a public school that was so big that teachers didn't have time to look after me. 

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