Commentary: Instead of calling for a charter pause, Los Angeles needs to leave behind labels and put students first. Click on the headline to read the full op-ed
News & Announcements
After 18 years as a leader at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, Ana Ponce will step down from her role as CEO and become the new Executive Director of Great Public Schools Now, effective January 30. Read her full message.
Our Camino Nuevo Charter Academy campuses are now serving free lunch and breakfast to all students. Read more about the new policy here.
Starting Oct. 1 through Jan. 13, you can apply to any of our schools online. Go to www.ApplyLA.org to get started today! If you need support, call ApplyLA at (877) 877-5057
Pueblo Nuevo Education & Development Group has launched a website spotlighting the various innovative ways they partner with our schools to improve educational outcomes for our students, alumni, and families. Learn more: www.pueblonuevo.org
The 74, a national education news outlet, reports on how our schools address the trauma experienced by both students and their parents as arrests and immigration enforcement are on the rise.
The philanthropy founded by Steve and Connie Ballmer supports organizations focused on improving economic mobility for children and families in the United States.
CEO Ana Ponce was inducted into the Charter Schools Hall of Fame -- one of the highest honors from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. Read Dr. Ponce's remarks on breaking the cycle of poverty and keeping immigrant families together.
Austin Beutner, the new superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, congratulated our Dalzell Lance High School graduates for their success and perseverance at commencement cermony.
Monica Garcia, president of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education, presented the Soy Inteligente medal to one of our Miramar High School college-bound seniors at commencement ceremony.