Monthly Archives: May 2018

AB-1744: After school programs: substanc

AB-1744: After school programs: substance use prevention: funding: cannabis revenue.
“Referred to Coms. on ED. and HEALTH.”

Gov. Jerry Brown’s landmark law that sen

Gov. Jerry Brown’s landmark law that sends additional dollars to K-12 students from disadvantaged communities will meet its funding goals two years ahead of schedule

RT @EdSource: Most voters back #Prop13 r

RT @EdSource: Most voters back #Prop13 revision to raise taxes on commercial (but not residential) property. Could mean extra $10B/yr for schools, but businesses won’t give up w/out a fight @latimes

CDE will provide payments to eligible Lo

CDE will provide payments to eligible Local Educational Agencies to assist with the cost of educating students who were displaced by a covered disaster or emergency during the 2017-18 school year and who were enrolled in public schools.

How collecting student perception data i

How collecting student perception data in areas like school culture & climate, teacher-student relationships, and connectedness are driving improvement across the district.

Before summer the U.S. Supreme Court the

Before summer the U.S. Supreme Court the Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (Janus) is expected. Janus challenges the constitutionality of requiring public employees to pay agency fees.

MT @First5LA: Home visiting is a powerfu

MT @First5LA: Home visiting is a powerful support tool proven to strengthen families. That’s why it is unfortunate it only reaches 2% of families. Help us make more #healthyfamilies for a better California: #First5Explains

RT @johnwalkeroned: Brown’s budget adds

RT @johnwalkeroned: Brown’s budget adds new reporting mandate on LEAs

RT @EdSource: “Did the #K12 system do a

RT @EdSource: “Did the #K12 system do a better job preparing students for high school and getting them through it? Or did the system find ways to ‘help’ students graduate?”
#GradRates #EdChat @BrookingsInst