Oral argument held in CCSA v. LAUSD

On Wednesday, PLF attorneys attended the California Supreme Court argument in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District. Fortunately for us, the California Supreme Court was meeting in Sacramento this … ›

School choice empowers parents

As kids across America head back to school it seems like the perfect time for Pacific Legal Foundation to celebrate Back to School Choice Week. The school choice movement has been … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2014

For the second consecutive year, PLF is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  All this week on the Liberty Blog we will be discussing cases that PLF is working on that … ›

Charter school students deserve to have their schools treated fairly

An editorial in Saturday’s Washington Post demonstrates that the denial of charter school equity is a nationwide problem.  The article reports that, on average, charter schools receive $13,000 less per … ›

California Supreme Court to hear important charter school case

We learned some great news this afternoon as the California Supreme Court agreed to hear California Charter School Association v. LASUD.  You can read all about the case — and PLF’s brief … ›

It's time for Supreme Court guidance on Proposition 39

This morning, PLF filed this letter brief asking the California Supreme Court to review the court of appeal’s decision in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District.  The … ›

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Oral argument held in CCSA v. LAUSD

On Wednesday, PLF attorneys attended the California Supreme Court argument in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District. Fortunately for us, the California Supreme Court was meeting in Sacramento this … ›

School choice empowers parents

As kids across America head back to school it seems like the perfect time for Pacific Legal Foundation to celebrate Back to School Choice Week. The school choice movement has been … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2014

For the second consecutive year, PLF is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  All this week on the Liberty Blog we will be discussing cases that PLF is working on that … ›

Charter school students deserve to have their schools treated fairly

An editorial in Saturday’s Washington Post demonstrates that the denial of charter school equity is a nationwide problem.  The article reports that, on average, charter schools receive $13,000 less per … ›

California Supreme Court to hear important charter school case

We learned some great news this afternoon as the California Supreme Court agreed to hear California Charter School Association v. LASUD.  You can read all about the case — and PLF’s brief … ›

It's time for Supreme Court guidance on Proposition 39

This morning, PLF filed this letter brief asking the California Supreme Court to review the court of appeal’s decision in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District.  The … ›

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Oral argument held in CCSA v. LAUSD

On Wednesday, PLF attorneys attended the California Supreme Court argument in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District. Fortunately for us, the California Supreme Court was meeting in Sacramento this … ›

School choice empowers parents

As kids across America head back to school it seems like the perfect time for Pacific Legal Foundation to celebrate Back to School Choice Week. The school choice movement has been … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2014

For the second consecutive year, PLF is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  All this week on the Liberty Blog we will be discussing cases that PLF is working on that … ›

Charter school students deserve to have their schools treated fairly

An editorial in Saturday’s Washington Post demonstrates that the denial of charter school equity is a nationwide problem.  The article reports that, on average, charter schools receive $13,000 less per … ›

California Supreme Court to hear important charter school case

We learned some great news this afternoon as the California Supreme Court agreed to hear California Charter School Association v. LASUD.  You can read all about the case — and PLF’s brief … ›

It's time for Supreme Court guidance on Proposition 39

This morning, PLF filed this letter brief asking the California Supreme Court to review the court of appeal’s decision in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District.  The … ›

Oral argument held in CCSA v. LAUSD

On Wednesday, PLF attorneys attended the California Supreme Court argument in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District. Fortunately for us, the California Supreme Court was meeting in Sacramento this … ›

School choice empowers parents

As kids across America head back to school it seems like the perfect time for Pacific Legal Foundation to celebrate Back to School Choice Week. The school choice movement has been … ›

Back to School Choice Week 2014

For the second consecutive year, PLF is celebrating Back to School Choice Week.  All this week on the Liberty Blog we will be discussing cases that PLF is working on that … ›

Charter school students deserve to have their schools treated fairly

An editorial in Saturday’s Washington Post demonstrates that the denial of charter school equity is a nationwide problem.  The article reports that, on average, charter schools receive $13,000 less per … ›

California Supreme Court to hear important charter school case

We learned some great news this afternoon as the California Supreme Court agreed to hear California Charter School Association v. LASUD.  You can read all about the case — and PLF’s brief … ›

It's time for Supreme Court guidance on Proposition 39

This morning, PLF filed this letter brief asking the California Supreme Court to review the court of appeal’s decision in California Charter Schools Association v. Los Angeles Unified School District.  The … ›