Tuesday - April 7, 2020
K-12 Education

News releases, reports, statements and associated documents from public policy organizations influencing the debate on education policy.

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California Charter Schools Association Provides Educators With Special Education Distance Learning Resources
LOS ANGELES, California, April 3 -- California Charter Schools Association issued the following news release:

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- CCSA To Host Special Education Webinar on Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) launched special education distance learning resources on its website for educators to learn best practices for K-12 schools working to institute effective online education programs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

"In this moment of crisis, our responsibility for each and every student has never been greater, that's why CCSA is aggregating best practices and ... Show Full Article

California Charter Schools Association Launches Distance Learning Webinars for K-12 Educators
LOS ANGELES, California, April 2 -- California Charter Schools Association issued the following news release:

The California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) launched additional tools and resources on its website for educators to implement distance learning, including two webinars that will provide best practices for K-12 schools working to apply effective online education programs.

"CCSA will continue to partner with local and state leaders to learn best practices to ensure educators have the latest and most up-to-date tools, guidance and available resources they need to educate California's ... Show Full Article

Statement From California Charter Schools Association on the Signing of the CARES Act
LOS ANGELES, California, March 28 -- California Charter Schools Association issued the following statement:

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- Legislation Appropriates More than $30 Billion in Education Funding

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President Trump signed the CARES Act, a comprehensive coronavirus relief package that includes $30.75 billion for K-12 schools and higher education. California Charter Schools Association President and CEO Myrna Castrejon issued the following statement on the passage of the legislation:

"As a nation we must be united during this health crisis, and I commend House and Senate legislators for their bipartisan ... Show Full Article