Jed Wallace

California Charter Schools Association

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President of the California Charter Schools Association

Jed Wallace on KCRW

School Superintendent John Deasy told the elected school board last night that he's decentralizing the LAUSD.

LAUSD and Teachers' Union Form Tentative Agreement

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The California Charter Schools Association is getting a  $15 million grant  from the Walton Family Foundation, to add an additional 20,000 students to attend charter schools in Los…

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