Monthly Archives: May 2019

The bill will give local school district

The bill will give local school districts “sole authority to approve new charter schools and to consider how new schools would impact the district’s budget in the approval process.

RT @pcyjenny: We love that a working mom

RT @pcyjenny: We love that a working mom serves in one of the most important jobs in the state, and we hope @GavinNewsom will support adequate funding for afterschool programs so moms less fortunate than us can have safe, enriching places for their kids!

RT @InsightEdGroup: Why “how” matters.

RT @InsightEdGroup: Why “how” matters. Full post: #instructionalcoaching #educoach #edadmin #edchat @JCulberts0n

RT @PoliticsK12: Study of D.C. Vouchers

RT @PoliticsK12: Study of D.C. Vouchers Finds No Effect on Test Scores, but More-Satisfied Students

RT @MindShiftKQED: #SEL programs and #mi

RT @MindShiftKQED: #SEL programs and #mindfulness can be great, but they won’t erase an unequal system that doesn’t benefit all kids equally, writes @biblio_phile @ASCD #edchat #edpolicy #edadmin #cpchat

RT @CALmatters: Breakdown: California’s

RT @CALmatters: Breakdown: California’s mental health system, explained via @jocelynwiener

RT @EdDataCampaign: From #earlylearning

RT @EdDataCampaign: From #earlylearning to #workforce, access to data means students and families don’t make decisions in the dark.

Without valid documents, children are ba

Without valid documents, children are barred from attending school and denied access to health care. Obtaining documentation for children from families accused of IS affiliation is “nearly impossible”…

One well-known foundation had approached

One well-known foundation had approached inner-city ministers and offered them “walking around money” to start charters on their underutilized properties.

RT @ChildTrends: The percentage of secon

RT @ChildTrends: The percentage of secondary schools that disciplined students with disabilities with out-of-school suspension at a higher rate than non-disabled students decreased by 2% from 2011 to 2015. #sped