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\u200bThe Office of Charter Schools (OCS) is a department within Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) that authorizes and oversees 28 independently run public charter schools in Oakland.
It is a member of the Arts Schools Network and the National Association for College Admission Counseling. In 2009, OSA was named a California Distinguished School.... Oakland School for the ArtsOther nameOSATypePublic charter schoolEstablished2002FounderJerry Brown12 more rows
The school district may charge a charter school, including a conversion and virtual charter school, a total administrative fee based on 5% of the available per student FEFP funds for up to 250 students ( 2% for up to 250 students for high-performing charter schools).
As a public employer, a charter school may participate in the Florida Retirement System upon application and approval as a \u201ccovered group." If a charter school participates in the Florida Retirement System, the charter school employees are compulsory members of the Florida Retirement System.
If you are aware of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, or employee misconduct involving FDOE, please complete and submit the online complaint form to the OIG for review, email your complaint to, or call us at 850-245-0403.
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Alameda County is the 7th-most populous county in the state of California and among the most racially diverse in the US. Currently, the county is home to over 50 charter public schools. The majority of these schools are operating within Oakland Unified School District.
Oakland Unified School DistrictSchools80Students and staffStudents35,489Teachers2,35710 more rows
Oakland School for the Arts is a free, public school chartered by Oakland Unified School District.
Overview of Oakland Charter Academy District Oakland Charter Academy District contains 1 schools and 248 students. The district's minority enrollment is 100%. Also, 80.2% of students are economically disadvantaged.
To ensure charter schools meet that high standard for all families, they are accountable to state and federal public education laws and undergo extensive oversight by a local charter authorizer, which is often the local school board.

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