Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have given California teachers at least six weeks of fully paid maternity leave.
Newsom has expanded paid family leave from six to eight weeks as of July 1, 2020, and he plans to extend it to six months per child by 2021-22.
Students throughout the state are showing more interest in “high school voter education weeks” than ever before.
Ineligible for unemployment relief during the summer, bus drivers, classroom aides, school clerks would pay into a state-matched furlough fund.
The amended bill proposing longer probationary period clears the Assembly by a big margin but key provisions are left out.