In an exit interview, retiring state board President Michael Kirst urges more attention to professional development for teachers and principals, discusses the need for more school funding, an expanded school database and a new agency focused on children's needs.
The 2018-19 state budget includes $13.3 million to create a network in which teams of parents, teachers and district administrators will identify ways to listen to and act on advice from the community.
This week: Louis discusses the release of California's much anticipated new school accountability system. He's joined by California Collaborative for Educational Excellence executive director, Carl Cohn and Pivot Learning CEO Arun Ramanathan.
Produced by Sarah Tan