Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s revised 2021-22 budget for K-12 education.
With unprecedented billions of dollars, advocacy groups want details on how funding will help students targeted for extra assistance.
Proposed funding would more than double Newsom's January proposal and provide mental health services for all Californians under age 26.
The funding was announced Friday alongside a sweeping set of proposals for K-12 education in California as part of the annual May budget proposal.
Expanding TK captures the spirit of the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care and aligns with Biden’s campaign for universal preschool.
With a continuing surge in revenue, the governor would expand community schools and create a $500 college savings account for every low-income first grader.
Districts signed agreements before reopening campuses that included everything from retroactive raises and bonuses to ongoing salary increases.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday reiterated his call for schools to reopen for full-time in-person instruction in the fall.
State officials plan to retire the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” color-coded tier system on June 15, and said they expect full-time in-person instruction in the fall.
Learn more about the state's tiered system of assessing coronavirus risk and how it relates to schools.
Long Beach pilot program does a lot of what Newsom wants to do statewide with early transfer guarantees.
The bill provides $2 billion in incentives for schools to reopen for special needs and other students, beginning with the earliest grades.
Under the deal, $2 billion in incentives would require opening up all elementary grades and partially middle and high schools in the “red tier.”
More than $500 million was left on the table last year because students didn't submit applications for financial aid.
Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Phil Ting says school districts’ criticism of a proposed deal shows they want money but no accountability.