There can no longer be complacency with incrementalism when it comes to education equity in California. The stakes are too high for our children, for our state, and for our nation
Marshall Tuck has a more 2-to-1 advantage over Tony Thurmond in direct donations and $28.7 million in funding from independent committees.
Organizers are attempting to reverse the historically low turnout among young voters.
A surge in the pre-registration of 16- and 17-year-olds is an indicator that the youth vote might play a larger role than usual in this year’s mid-term elections.
Tony Thurmond and Marshall Tuck said they support transparency and accountability for charters.
Youth activists are mobilizing students from Bakersfield to Stockton with hopes of making an impact in the age of Trump.
Newsom also pledges, if elected governor, to sign legislation that would require greater transparency in the operations and finances of charter schools.
Both say charter schools shouldn't be the focus of the campaign but big independent donors may think otherwise.
He has run charter schools and a nonprofit partnership of high-poverty schools in Los Angeles Unified.
Candidate for state superintendent ran programs for struggling kids 20 years before running for public office.
Marshall Tuck and Tony Thurmond also challenge attempts to categorize either of them as “pro” or “anti-charter.”
Thousands of students across the state Friday participated in the third national walkout since the February school massacre in Parkland, Fla. The event also recognized the 19th anniversary of the mass shooting at Columbine High in Colorado.
It’s never been better to be a young voter in California. Here’s a look at a number of new laws aimed at increasing young voter education and participation.
Students throughout the state are showing more interest in “high school voter education weeks” than ever before.