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Multicultural Learning Center

Parent Magazine. Community News: Parenting Tips, People and Places You Should Know. Language has the ability to transcend borders and open us up to experience other cultures and worlds. A school aiming to lead the way in this kind of boundary-breaking is nestled in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. Read more here. 

Girls Athelic Leadership School

CharterNation Podcast. We take a tour of Girls Athletic Leadership School Los Angeles, also known as GALS L.A., to find out how this all-girls charter middle school is motivating and empowering the next gen of female scholars & leaders. Listen here. 

Los Angeles Academy of Arts and Enterprise

LA Times. Award-winning producer and community activist Moctesuma Esparza is known for films like “Selena,” “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” and “The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez.” He’s also known for his commitment to creating more opportunities for Latinos in the film industry — starting with the students at the L.A. Academy of Arts and Enterprise. Watch the video here.

L.A. Public Charter School Collaborative Formed

Circling The News. Charter schools are public schools that allow parents, many of whom might not be able to afford private schools, a free alternative. Read more here.

Sharing Collective Wisdom: LA Charter schools band together

Argonaut News. It was March 18, 2020, just two days after LAUSD ordered schools to close to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The future was uncertain. Read more here.

Charter School Collaborative created during COVID-19

Larchmont Chronicle. In at least one case, positive strides came out of our years of COVID-19: the forming of the LA Public Charter School Collaborative. Read more here.

Girls Athletic Leadership School

Capital and Main. California’s Surgeon General Wants Schools to Be the Front Line Against Childhood Stress. Black and Latino children are more likely to be hurt by harmful experiences that can lead to lifelong suffering. Read more here.

Collegiate Charter High School of Los Angeles

KTLA. A Boyle Heights charter school will be sending off its entire graduating class into four-year universities for the fourth time in five years. Read more here. / En Español

Gabriella Charter Schools

Spectrum News. Power of dance: Liza Bercovici turns tragedy into beauty. In this episode of “LA Stories,” Bercovici opens up to host Giselle Fernandez about her decision to step away from the life she knew and start a new one. Watch the video here.

2022 Daily News Readers' Choice

Daily News San Fernando Valley. Multiple collaborative charter schools were named at top education options in the greater San Fernando Valley. Read more here.

Larchmont Charter School

Larchmont Buzz. It’s a new school year, and for about 220 of Larchmont Charter School‘s youngest students, in grades TK-2, that also means a new school campus in the Brookside neighborhood. Read more here.

Arts in Action Community Middle School

Arts in Action News. Celebrating Latin American Artists and Activists at Arts in Action. Here in East LA, students learn about and recognize the many contributions of black and brown trailblazers every day. Read more here.

Los Angeles Academy of Arts and Enterprise

KTLA. Join hosts Megan Telles and Pedro Rivera as KTLA celebrates award-winning filmmaker Moctesuma Esparza, all-female Mariachi bands and much more in a special program Honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month. Watch more here.

Girls Athletic Leadership School

This American Life. School’s Out Forever. The pandemic broke school. Can we ever go back? Listen to the Podcast here.