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CSUSA family helps Baton Rouge Community by distributing meals and relief packages.

date August 24, 2016
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CSUSA family helps Baton Rouge Community by distributing meals and relief packages.

Charter Schools USA support center staff travelled to Baton Rouge to deliver food and supplies to flood victims.  The team delivered more than 200 lunches and 500 dinners as well as relief supplies such as […]

Nine-year old gives up birthday gifts to help flood victims

date August 23, 2016
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Nine-year old gives up birthday gifts to help flood victims

Nine year old gives up birthday gifts to help flood victims

NBAE and Cooper City Students Attend Mayor’s Chess Challenge

date December 24, 2014
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NBAE and Cooper City Students Attend Mayor’s Chess Challenge

CSUSA’s chess-loving students from North Broward Academy of Excellence (NBAE) and Renaissance Charter School at Cooper City attended the Mayor’s Chess Invitational to demonstrate their strategic, competitive prowess and kick off their weekend exercising their […]

In Case You Missed It: Richard Page’s Editorial In The Tampa Tribune

date September 4, 2014
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In Case You Missed It: Richard Page’s Editorial In The Tampa Tribune

On July 17, Charter Schools USA Vice President of Development Richard Page published an editorial on school choice and MacDill Air Force Base in the Tampa Tribune.  Below is a selection from that piece: The […]

Local Indiana Teachers Honored at CSUSA Regional Summit

date August 14, 2014
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Local Indiana Teachers Honored at CSUSA Regional Summit

CSUSA hosted a regional summit for all Indiana based-schools on Thur., July 31, 2014 in which Indiana teachers were honored. Each year, CSUSA hosts a beginning-of-the-year summit with employees focusing on professional development and annual […]

Jonathan Hage’s Editorial Published In The Miami Herald

date August 4, 2014
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Jonathan Hage’s Editorial Published In The Miami Herald

Charter Schools USA CEO Jonathan Hage wrote an op-ed piece for The Miami Herald detailing why school choice benefits the education system as a whole.  The piece, titled “School Choice Improves Education System,” can be […]

Direct Link to Indianapolis Meeting

date July 31, 2014
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Direct Link to Indianapolis Meeting

Each year, CSUSA hosts meetings with employees focusing on professional development and annual goal setting. This year, nine separate meetings are taking place in each region of the CSUSA network. Use the link below to […]

Read What They’re Saying About CSUSA’s Recent Florida Grade Report

date July 30, 2014
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Read What They’re Saying About CSUSA’s Recent Florida Grade Report

Florida school grades were recently released and schools managed by Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) earned strong results. The CSUSA network of schools exceeded Florida’s average proficiency and rate of growth in reading, math, science and […]

Founding Principal Hired for New Renaissance Charter School at Cypress

date July 28, 2014
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Founding Principal Hired for New Renaissance Charter School at Cypress

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (July 24, 2014) – Tai Hinkins has been selected as the founding principal at Renaissance Charter School at Cypress. Hinkins has more than 12 years of experience in various leadership and […]

A Conversation With Woodmont Charter School Principal Steve Epstein

date July 24, 2014
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A Conversation With Woodmont Charter School Principal Steve Epstein

With the release of Florida school grades, Charter Schools USA sat down with some of our principals who experienced incredible gains this past school year to hear the story from their point of view. Steve […]