We need your insights! In a state as vast and diverse as California, we depend on parents, educators, students, administrators, policymakers and community members like you to help us understand what's working at your schools, colleges and early child care centers — and what must be improved.
The Every Student Succeeds Act requires states to identify and improve student achievement in the lowest-performing 5 percent of schools. Districts with those schools will explain how in a new section of their Local Control and Accountability Plans.
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.