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If you are a journalist looking for information about Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, please contact Eddy Ramirez, Director of Communications & Public Affairs. Office: (213) 417-3413 | Mobile: 213-841-5823 | 

The Communications & Public Affairs team also facilitates a close working relationship between Camino Nuevo and community leaders, partners, and stakeholders. It also manages the organization's media platforms and publications, including the website, a monthly newsletter, and YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. 
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Understanding California charter schools: a quick guide

Ed Source


The public charter school principal being honored today by TFA credits her mentor Steve Zimmer

LA School Report


Panel says school districts can reassure undocumented students

USA Today/El Paso Times


“We All Belong Here:” May Day rallies draw large crowds



LA charter schools commit to students’ safety, join fight against Trump’s threat to sanctuaries

LA School Report


Zimmer and Melvoin face off in their first one-on-one debate. The most unruly? The audience

LA School Report


City section releases its 2017-18 basketball playoff divisions

Los Angeles Times


Camino Nuevo offers families a bilingual choice


Charter school parents advocate for their place in LA’s public education landscape

LA School Report


How big a factor is Trump’s school choice support in the LA charter school debate?



1.4 million students could benefit from bilingual education if this ballot initiative passes

Think Progress


LA School Offers “Restorative” Interventions, “Healing Circles”


Literary Riot: To be American, but not viewed as American



The New Bilingualism

The Atlantic


Willamette Academy executive director named


We built these schools for Latino kids like me, but will Trump’s budget undo our work?

Education Post


Mr. Trump, Don’t boost our budgets while cutting education: Charter school CEOs

USA Today


National charter school leaders oppose Trump’s budget


Instead of debating charters vs. public schools, focus on educating kids

LA Daily News


The next generation of charter school innovation and impact

Education Dive


Why every child deserves a learning garden

Mother Nature Network


Letters to the Next President: Stop Gun Violence

KQED/The California Report


We need to talk about it: Supportive environments are a necessity for quality schooling



Gracias For 18 Years: Message from Ana Ponce, CEO

After 18 years as a leader at Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, Ana Ponce will step down from her role as CEO and become the new Executive Director of Great Public Schools Now, effective January 30. Read her full message.

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