Public Advocates is joined by Urban Habitat, Regional Asthma Management & Prevention, Breakthrough Communities and West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project to urge ARB to prioritize investments that reduce harmful emissions in disadvantaged communities and boost transit operating funds.
This letter was sent to members of the State Board of Education in anticipation of the meeting on Thursday November 7, urging them to adopt a regulatory framework that is consistent with the mandate of the statute and the ensures that solution developed fulfills the LCFF’s dual promises of greater equity and greater local control.
This letter was sent to members of the State Board of Education in anticipation of the meeting on Thursday, November 7, urging them to align the rhetoric of economic and social justice used to promote LCFF with the reality of implementation by ensuring that districts have proper guidance and that the proposed regulations close loop holes that could lead to the highest need students getting the resources they need for success.
Letter from over 80 groups to Gov. Brown requesting that his January 2014 budget proposal include a commitment that no more cap and trade auction proceeds will be loaned to the General Fund, a plan to spend cap and trade auction proceeds in the 2014-15 fiscal year, and a detailed repayment plan for the $500 million in auction proceeds borrowed in fiscal year 2013-2014.
Request under the Public Records Act SJCOG, the countywide planning agency in San Joaquin County responsible for adopting the RTP/SCS plan under SB 375, for documents relating to compliance with federal and state public engagement requirements.
In this PowerPoint, we outline the major changes the Local Control Funding Formula makes to school finance in California. We discuss funding and spending based on student needs, the benefits and concerns around local control, the state priorities’ broad definition of school success, Local Control and Accountability Plans and the importance of community involvement under LCFF. Afterwards, we develop talking points for the School Success Express.