The California Charter Schools Conference media credentials may be provided to print, digital and broadcast reporters; active freelancers; and bloggers who plan to cover the conference for their outlets. Advertising personnel, media sales executives and public relations representatives do not qualify for media credentials.
Any media applying for the California Charter Schools Conference credentials may be asked to provide proof of employment at a legitimate news organization. It is CCSA's expectation that all coverage of the conference, its events and activities will be balanced and in accordance with the highest standards and ethics of professional journalism. In addition, all individuals receiving media credentials must adhere to the code of conduct.
CCSA will review all applications for media credentials within 15 business days of submission. Once your credential has been approved, a member of CCSA’s communications team will reach out with next steps.