The California Charter Schools Association says it's in favor of AB 406, but ambiguity of the language, potentially affecting non-profit charter schools' operations, could give the governor pause.
All four leading gubernatorial candidates agree that for-profit charter schools should not be allowed in California.
The California Teachers Association campaigned hard for its passage.
The California Charter Schools Association says other districts should do so, too.
Dozens and possibly hundreds of the state’s charter schools have adopted policies that illegally require parents to volunteer, the nonprofit law firm Public Advocates charged in its report, “Charging For Access,” issued on Thursday.
Most of the $27 million in federal grants that four California-based charter school organizations received this month to expand their operations will go toward growing schools in out-of state markets.