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Un día de Esperanza en el Este de Los Ángeles

El día del sorteo o “Lotería,” como se le suele llamar al día en que las familias se enteran si sus hijos entraron a una de sus escuelas de elección, es un día de imaginar las posibilidades que esta escuela puede significar para el futuro de los...

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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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Back to School Season Captures Character of Charter Schools

Charter public schools across California are officially back from summer break. And they wasted no time taking to social media to showcase their enthusiasm about the upcoming year. What we love about these pictures is that they perfectly capture...

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New School Year, Same Commitment

Students, parents, and educators are getting ready for a brand new school year. That means new classes, new experiences, and new schools.

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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...

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Remembering the 2019 Graduation Season

Let’s be honest, every graduation season is a special one. And 2019 was no exception. Students crossing the graduation stage and into a new life journey. Parents tearing up and cheering them on. Educators wearing smiles throughout. It all makes...

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