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Yesterday the State Board of Education approved revisions to its adoption defining “verified data” that charter schools may use to demonstrate growth in student achievement during the charter renewal process.
This week the State Board of Education sided with charter school advocates on two key issues.
The gathering culminated participants’ journey through CSDC's rigorous 15-week CBO Training Program.
CSDC’s preliminary take on the May Revision based on partial information available at the time it was drafted.
This year’s annual May Budget Revision will force the governor and his staff to make difficult estimates with very limited information.
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This week in Sacramento, the Senate Education Committee took action on two charter-specific bills, while the Assembly took a deep dive into the Charter Schools Facilities Grant Program.
This week around the capitol, legislators are pushing their bills through the first policy committee – a critical pressure test for the viability of bills.
The overwhelming pushback from the charter school community has caught the attention of the Assembly Education Committee Chair.