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On behalf of plaintiffs Matthew Brach, Alison Walsh, John Ziegler, Kenneth Fleming, Erica Sephton, Lacee Beaulieu, Jesse Petrilla, Roger Hackett, and Christine Ruiz, the Center for American Liberty (@Liberty_Ctr), in coordination with the Dhillon Law Group (@dhillonlaw), filed a lawsuit against (#OpenCASchools) Governor Gavin Newsom challenging order barring in-classroom education …continue reading

With in-person learning threatened by COVID-19 and higher levels of education correlating with higher earnings, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Most & Least Educated Cities in America, as well as accompanying videos. To determine where the most educated Americans are choosing to settle down, WalletHub …continue reading

Representative Gilbert R. Cisneros, Jr. (CA-39) announced $99,084,294 in coronavirus aid for students, colleges, and universities in California’s 39th District. The funding comes from the Education Stabilization Fund established by the CARES Act stimulus package. Half of the money received must be distributed by the schools to students to meet …continue reading

Governor Gavin Newsom today announced a major agreement between teachers, classified employees, school boards, superintendents, and principals to work together to provide distance learning to California’s students as a result of school closures due to mitigation efforts against the COVID-19 outbreak. The agreement means more kids will be able to …continue reading

The Orange Catholic Foundation presents the Catholic Education Support Fund, in support of Orange County Catholic Schools. The Catholic Education Support Fund will provide the resources necessary for students receiving tuition assistance to have a faith based, academically supportive, and rigorous education as well as provide the technology and tools …continue reading

Teachers and students from across the Anaheim Union High School District are working on a capstone project focused on COVID-19 with the following Driving Question: How Is the Coronavirus Affecting Your Life? The project is not focused within one particular subject matter, but could be cross-curricular and through the lens …continue reading

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The Legislative Analyst’s Office has just published the following post: The 2020-21 Budget: Governor’s Computer Science Proposals In this post, we evaluate the Governor’s three budget proposals to increase the capacity of school districts to teach computer science. First, the Governor’s budget provides $15 million one time (Proposition 98) in …continue reading