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Public Charter Schools Grant Program Dissemination Sub-grant


Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

Public Charter Schools Grant Dissemination Grant awardees for fiscal year 2012-13.

Program Questions: Colleen Quinn, e-mail: cquinn@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-445-7689

Fiscal Questions: Colleen Quinn, e-mail: cquinn@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-445-7689


County Name Local Educational Agency School Amount Approved
Alameda Hayward Unified School District Leadership Public Schools - Hayward $239.297.00 5/3/13
Alameda Oakland Unified School District Lighthouse Community Charter High $250,000.00 5/3/13
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Synergy Charter Academy $179,660.08 5/3/13
Los Angeles Pasadena Unified School District Learning Works Charter School $237,916.43 5/3/13
Riverside Menifee Union Elementary Santa Rosa Academy $147,952.41 6/30/13
San Diego Chula Vista Elementary School District Discovery Charter $292,000.00 5/3/13
San Diego San Diego Unified School District Audeo Charter $222,317.65 5/3/13
San Diego San Diego Unified School District King-Chavez Arts Academy $248,249.00 5/3/13
Tehama Tehama County Office of Education eScholar Academy $243,300.00 5/3/13

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Last Reviewed: Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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