Monthly Archives: June 2018

SB-577: Public postsecondary education:

SB-577: Public postsecondary education: California Community College Teacher Credentialing Partnership Pilot Program.
On 21-JUN-18 the following history action was applied:
“Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.”

AB-1744: After school programs: substanc

AB-1744: After school programs: substance use prevention: funding: cannabis revenue.
On 21-JUN-18 the following history action was applied:
“From committee: Do pass and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 8. Noes 0.) (June 20). Re-referred to Com. on APPR.”


RT @EdSource: — 59% of CA middle & high

RT @EdSource: — 59% of CA middle & high school students report being engaged in school
— 52% say they enjoy coming
— Less than half feel what they learn in school is relevant to their lives
@Youth_Truth survey #SchoolClimate @EducationDive

RT @educationweek: The average teacher i

RT @educationweek: The average teacher is not making a living wage in more than half the states, a new report says.

RT @EdSurge: How can we seamlessly integ

RT @EdSurge: How can we seamlessly integrate technology throughout all grade levels while still protecting student information? @ClassLink #privacypolicy #edtechchat

After years of “English Only” allowed

After years of “English Only” allowed in schools; how quickly can bilingual education be implemented?

How should we report school performance?

How should we report school performance? A single number/grade? Report performance across a variety of measures? Both?

RT @EdSource: With education sidelined i

RT @EdSource: With education sidelined in governor’s race, focus on CA schools shifts to battle for state supt #CAedchat @LASchoolReport

RT @Getting_Smart: Have you been wonderi

RT @Getting_Smart: Have you been wondering what can states do, at the policy level, to help improve children’s educational experience? We have too. @tvanderark chats with Jeff Dieffenbach about this and more in this episode of the podcast:

Brown wouldn’t budge on substantially in

Brown wouldn’t budge on substantially increasing funds for preschool and after school and summer programs.