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Interview with Education Equity Champion Jay Artis-Wright

We recently had a chance to chat with Jay Artis-Wright, CCSA’s Vice President of Policy and Public Affairs. A mother of three, Jay has over 15 years of fighting for educational equity, including work at the New Jersey Charter School Association...

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Charter schools are accountable to the families they serve

An important part of what makes charter public schools unique is that they are directly accountable to the families they serve. At the heart of that accountability is a promise to improve academic outcomes for students—or face possible closure.

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Aquí están los hechos en cuanto al impacto fiscal de las escuelas chárter

Durante años, la oposición ha atacado a nuestras escuelas, alegando que las familias que optan en mandar a sus hijos a escuelas chárter dañan al distrito escolar. Ellos insisten que las familias que eligen escuelas chárter de calidad (que a...

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Here’s the reality about the impact of charter school funding

For years now, opponents have attacked charter schools, claiming charter families impact school district funding. They insist that the growing number of families—often Black, Latinx, and low-income-- choosing quality charter schools is draining...

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Las escuelas chárter ponen a los niños por encima de todo

Las escuelas públicas chárter de California están poniendo a los niños por encima de todo. Estas reconocen que cada estudiante es único y que lo que funciona para algunos no necesariamente es para todos cuando se trata de la educación.

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Charter schools put kids first

California’s charter public schools are putting kids first. They recognize that every student is unique and that one-fits-all doesn’t work when it comes to education.

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