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Gary Larson, spokesman for the California Network of Educational Charters, said the Rand study gives the thriving movement another boost.
Strengthened by its federal grant, the California Network of Mental Health Clients organized rallies, hired vans to bring people to Sacramento, distributed T-shirts, and created the erroneous impression that there was widespread opposition to the commitment bill.
Nasdaq: PMSV), announced today that through its wholly owned subsidiary, MEDVIEW SERVICES, INCORPORATED, it is acquiring a California network of hospitals, physicians and ancillary providers, which will become part of MedView's current California network.
The California Network of Educational Charters has established regional networks to support the development of quality charter schools.
This year TCG celebrates its Tenth Anniversary as the nation's oldest, largest and most successful competitive access provider, serving 150 communities in 18 major markets that in addition to its California networks in San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, include, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Ft.
The company has invested more than $3 billion in its California network since 2000 with $30 billion being invested nationwide in the last six years -- $5 billion on average every year since the company was formed -- to increase the coverage and capacity of its national network and to add new services.
Joe Lucente, co-director of Fenton Avenue Charter School in Lake View Terrace and president of the California Network of Educational Charters, said the study may help critics see what he's known all along - that charter schools are the best way to teach at-risk students.
The new alliance will add approximately 100,000 physicians and 1,350 hospitals nationwide to WellPoint's California network of 34,000 physicians and 470 hospitals.