Removing tests from admissions process would allow UC to recruit and educate California’s best and brightest from all backgrounds.
Colleges would miss out on valuable information about student readiness if they eliminate test scores from the admissions process.
California’s largest school district published academic growth data, which measure how students improve from year to year.
High SAT and ACT scores still provide an edge even if colleges don't require them.
The school board voted on an amended version of the spending plan, which was updated after a complaint was brought against the district.
The Legislative Analyst’s Office is recommending that Brown tie funding to the academic outcomes of low-income students.
But the revised LCAP templates may not end up shorter.
Paid out over five years, it’s one of the biggest grants the Department of Education's Hispanic-Serving Institutions STEM Program has awarded to help Latino and high-needs students
The district plans to fight the ruling; the community group wants it enforced now.
Unclear regulations and inconsistent enforcement undermine oversight of the LCAP process.
The shortfall for students with the highest needs will grow to $450 million, the complaint says.
The state seeks to include students with disabilities in funding for high-needs students.
Advocates lay out their recommendations for ensuring equity.
State would have been required to provide preschool to all low-income children.
The Medi-Cal reimbursement program brings millions in federal funds to schools.