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Student: I wouldn’t be getting three college degrees without my charter school

Guest author: Montay McDaniel II
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Informe "Portrait of the Movement" y La Historia de Alpha: Cornerstone Academy

Esta semana, CCSA publicó el informe 2019 Portrait of the Movement —un reporte que evalúa el desempeño de todas las escuelas chárter de California e identifica las tendencias generales de desempeño dentro del sector. La escuela Alpha: Cornerstone Academy fue incluida en el reporte por ser un excelente ejemplo del tipo de planteles de alta calidad que nos esforzamos por fomentar.  Compartimos aquí esta historia. 
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2019 Portrait of the Movement featuring Alpha: Cornerstone Academy

This week, CCSA Released its 2019 Portrait of the Movement—a publication that assesses the performance of all California charter schools and identifies overall performance trends within the sector. Alpha: Cornerstone Academy was selected as a prime example of the high-quality charter public schools we strive to nurture. Here is a snapshot of their story: 
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In California, There Are Indeed Measurable Differences in Achievement

Charter public schools across the country are more diverse and enrollment in them increased by more than five times between 2000 and 2016.
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Reports: Black and Latinx Charter School Students More Likely to Attend College

Charter public schools are making college an option for more students. 
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Historically Disadvantaged Students From Charter Public Schools Are More Likely to Attend CA Public Universities

Historically disadvantaged students graduating from charter public schools are more likely to attend University of California and California State University colleges than their counterparts in traditional public schools. That’s according to new data from the California Department of Education. This includes, black, Latino, and low-income students, as well as English language learners and students with disabilities.
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