August 9, 2019
August 10, 2019
Clamping down on exemptions from vaccinations. Starting high schools later in the day. Giving school boards more latitude to reject charter schools. Paying quality child care providers based on regional costs.
These are among some of the key issues that California lawmakers will take up next week when they end their summer vacation. In a roundtable discussion this week, three EdSource reporters – Zaidee Stavely, Theresa Harrington and Diana Lambert – highlight the key early education and K-12 bills they’ll be following and why you should, too.
For more, see the following articles:
- Building blocks: California’s proposed early education legislation
- California education bills to watch
- Child care providers push California to boost pay for early education teachers
- Governor’s team jumps into fray over contested charter school bill
- Another push to expand use of SAT in California amid criticism of test