Granada Hills Charter High School not only requires incoming students to attend a summer program, they also make it as inconvenient as possible for incoming students and their families.
The LAUSD School Board resists intense pressure from the charter school industry to ask the state for a moratorium on new charter schools.
It is the responsibility of the school to follow the law and its authorizer to ensure this is done to the extent possible.“ – Debra Duardo, Superintendent Los Angeles County Office of Education Last November, the LAUSD rejected the North Valley Military Institute’s (NVMI) charter renewal. As allowed by California law, the school appealed the […]
Existing law prohibits a pupil enrolled in school from being required to pay a fee, deposit, or other charge not specifically authorized by law.“ – California AB 1575 The North Valley Military Institute (NVMI) is no stranger to the LAUSD’s Charter School Division (CSD). Just last November, the CSD recommended to the District’s Board that […]