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  • Education is getting better for California kids: Letters - LA Daily News
    published on Fri, 23 Jun 2017 21:53:00 GMT
    Press-EnterpriseEducation is getting better for California kids: LettersLA Daily NewsCALmatters reporter Jessica Calefati relies on faulty research, narrow metrics and insufficient data to make sweeping generalizations and unsubstantiated ...Education is getting better for California kids: LettersThe Daily BreezeLearning how education funds are spentPress-Enterpriseall 7 news articles »...
  • How the 2017-18 funding increase for California education will be spent - EdSource
    published on Wed, 21 Jun 2017 04:02:41 GMT
    EdSourceHow the 2017-18 funding increase for California education will be spentEdSourceThe interactive graphic below shows how the funding increase of $3.2 billion approved by the state Legislature will be spent. For cells with a spending breakdown available, you can click to zoom into that spending category. Click on the top label to ......
  • 2018 Election Will Rock California Education - Education Week (subscription) (blog)
    published on Mon, 19 Jun 2017 05:32:30 GMT
    Education Week (subscription) (blog)2018 Election Will Rock California EducationEducation Week (subscription) (blog)The 2018 California election will toast the end of a political era in education and give rise to a bloody battle to define public schooling's future. The Jerry Brown governorship will come to an end, and with it his unparalleled mastery of the Golden ......
  • Why California's next election will be a tug-of-war on education - LA Daily News
    published on Sat, 27 May 2017 16:55:11 GMT
    LA Daily NewsWhy California's next election will be a tug-of-war on educationLA Daily NewsThe future of public education in California has become a tug-of-war between different camps within the Democratic Party. Democrats aligned with organized labor – who dominated local and legislative races for many years — are now facing formidable ...and more »...
  • California budget addresses taxes, education, health care - News & Observer
    published on Thu, 15 Jun 2017 07:46:00 GMT
    WTOPCalifornia budget addresses taxes, education, health careNews & ObserverCalifornia's budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 touches on people's lives in everything from education and taxes to how much their medical providers get paid. Here are some of the key areas in the $125 billion general fund spending plan that ...California looks to boost marijuana, block immigration jailsWTOPall 79 news articles »...
  • California Board of Education rethinking how to measure alternative school performance - LA Daily News
    published on Sat, 03 Jun 2017 18:41:57 GMT
    LA Daily NewsCalifornia Board of Education rethinking how to measure alternative school performanceLA Daily NewsA report this year by the research nonprofit Policy Analysis for California Education said numbers suggest 10 percent of students enrolled in an alternative high school at some point between 10th and 12th grades. The proportion of 12th-graders may be ...and more »...
  • UC San Diego and Baja California institutions launch CaliBaja Education Consortium - University of California
    published on Tue, 13 Jun 2017 19:01:15 GMT
    University of CaliforniaUC San Diego and Baja California institutions launch CaliBaja Education ConsortiumUniversity of CaliforniaThe University of California San Diego and 13 institutions in Baja California announced the launch of the CaliBaja Education Consortium at the Cross-border Innovation Summit that took place on June 9, 2017 on the UC San Diego campus. The new entity ......
  • Taxpayers could pay to attract teachers. But is California really running out of them? - Sacramento Bee
    published on Fri, 23 Jun 2017 07:02:19 GMT
    Sacramento BeeTaxpayers could pay to attract teachers. But is California really running out of them?Sacramento BeeAlmost every year since 1990-91, the California Department of Education has reported a lack of special education, math and science teachers, the analyst's office said. Teacher turnover, moreover, is a big problem in inner-city schools and those where ...and more »...
  • Are School Police Feeding the School-to-Prison Pipeline? - Education Week (subscription) (blog)
    published on Fri, 23 Jun 2017 04:21:00 GMT
    Education Week (subscription) (blog)Are School Police Feeding the School-to-Prison Pipeline?Education Week (subscription) (blog)In California, as in other states, police officers are stationed in schools and have direct contact with students, replacing educators and administrators as disciplinarians for minor offenses and behavioral issues. A 2016 ACLU report states that on ...and more »...
  • New report says California is flunking out in producing enough educated adults for the workforce - Los Angeles Times
    published on Thu, 01 Jun 2017 23:11:51 GMT
    Los Angeles TimesNew report says California is flunking out in producing enough educated adults for the workforceLos Angeles TimesThe Los Angeles education nonprofit said California needs 1.7 million more adults with college credentials by 2025 to meet the state's workforce needs. To reach that goal, 60% of adults need to finish a college program — a four-year degree from the ...and more »...