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Will the Senate Education Committee Put Kids First?

School is out, but Sacramento politicians are still at it.

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Big Wins for California's Most Vulnerable Students

Last week, the voices of parents, students, teachers, and education leaders defeated a pair of extreme bills that would have limited access to great public schools for vulnerable students.

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Continued Success in the Face of Extreme Opposition

Even with the California Teachers Association and Sacramento politicians intent on waging war on their very existence, charter public schools continue to rack up the academic ribbons and trophies! 

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Black Charter Families and Advocates to Assemblyman McCarty and CTA: Kill Your Extreme Bills!

On Monday, Black charter public school families and advocates from across the state delivered a simple message at the doorstep of Assemblyman Kevin McCarty’s Sacramento office: kill your CTA-backed bill that puts a cap on quality charter public...

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Fun. Engaging educator. Believes in all kids.

Those are just some of the words used by students and colleagues to describe Yogeshwari Patel, our 2019 Hart Vision Teacher of the Year. She received the award at this year’s 26th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in Sacramento.

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2019 SUSAN STEELMAN BRAGATO Award Winners: 10 Charter Public High School Seniors

This year at the 26th Annual California Charter Schools Conference, 10 charter public school seniors received the Susan Steelman Bragato Scholarship.

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