The California Charter Schools Association says it's in favor of AB 406, but ambiguity of the language, potentially affecting non-profit charter schools' operations, could give the governor pause.
School choice bills die; computer science, ethnic studies are pushed forward.
The bill would ban online schools from contracting with the for-profit operator, K12. Inc.
Among the new laws are changes for math placement and class instruction time.
Teachers file 69 complaints against nine California schools in the network.