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California Charter Schools Association
250 E 1st Street, 10th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012
The California Charter Schools Association is the membership and professional organization serving charter schools in California. Charter schools are public schools that are responsive to students’ needs and are held accountable for improved student achievement. California leads the nation with 809 charter schools. The California Charter Schools Association advances the charter school movement through state and local advocacy, leadership on quality and extensive resources. The Association is also a trusted source of data and information on California’s charter schools for parents, authorizers, legislators, policy analysts, foundations, the press and other interested groups.
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD)
Telephone: 213-625-6000 213-625-6766
450 North Grand Avenue, H-174
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Schoolhouse No. 1 opened in 1855 at Second and Spring Streets in downtown Los Angeles. The site has long passed into history. But at the turn of the century, the Los Angeles Unified School District has grown into a major public institution of 929 schools and centers. "The teachers, administrators, and staff of the Los Angeles Unified School District believe in the equal worth and dignity of all students and are committed to educate all students to their maximum potential. The website for the Los Angeles Unified School District has been providing information to district personnel, students, as well as the communities it serves since 1994.
California Department of Education
560 J Street, Room 355
Sacramento, CA 95814
800-995-4099 Toll Free
California League of Middle Schools (CLMS)
The California League of Middle Schools is a non-profit membership association dedicated to improving the professional knowledge of middle level educators so that early adolescents may experience academic success and personal well-being. An inclusive organization, CLMS members are administrators, teachers, parents, professors, policymakers, and others interested in the achievement of middle level students.
New York Film Academy
The New York Film Academy was founded in 1992 on a belief that a top quality education in filmmaking should be accessible to anyone with the drive and ambition to make films. From its original location in Robert DeNiro’s Tribeca Film Center, the Academy has become a truly international school with campuses throughout the world including Univeral City, California; Abu Dhabi, UAE; Harvard University; Disney-MGM Studios-Florida; La Femis, France; the Dalton School, NY; and Madrid, Spain. Each year thousands of students of all occupations, races, ethnicities, and of a wide range of ages benefit from the extraordinary educational opportunities offered at the New York Film Academy. Today, little more than a decade after the first students graduated, the New York Film Academy is considered one of the most prominent fixtures of film education in the world.le level students.