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California Jewish families fight for equal rights in education of disabled children
Three orthodox Jewish families in California who sued the state of California over a law that they say discriminates against religious families with disabled children are appealing a judge’s dismissal of their case.
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'It's hard to say': California superintendent won't condemn school closures despite dismal test scores
California's highest-ranking education official won't say he regrets how long the state relied on remote learning during the pandemic, despite less than half of students statewide currently reading and performing math at grade level.
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What the CEO Act Brings to Homeschool Families
Homeschooling, what an amazing journey! The rise in popularity of homeschooling has brought about a world of benefits and exciting possibilities for families.
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Teachers Can Make $150,000 with the Children's Educational Opportunity Act
Teaching goes beyond being just a job; it is a genuine calling. Teachers, like you, understand the profound impact of shaping young minds and providing them with the finest education possible.
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The Answer is Clear
Compare the Different Approaches to Education
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Show Me the Money
California voters value education and the benefits it provides to our children, our future. That’s why voters in 1988 approve Proposition 98 which amended the California Constitution to mandate a minimum level of 39 percent of the state’s budget be directed towards education.
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How the Children's Educational Opportunity Act Works
With the Children's Educational Opportunity Act (CEO Act) parents, not bureaucrats or central planners, should choose their child's education.
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What is the Children's Educational Opportunity Act?
Children's Educational Opportunity ACT (CEO Act) allows California parents choose the best accredited school using voter approved Prop 98 funds.
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Benefits to Children Families and California
Parents, not government bureaucrats or central planners, should decide the best educational fit for their child.
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California parents propose making 'high-quality education' a constitutional right
Parents and advocates in California are pushing to make "high-quality education" a constitutional right for students statewide, arguing that the state's public schools have failed to provide that in recent years.
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New California budget makes fewer cuts to public education
One day after settling their differences, the Legislature on Tuesday quickly approved a $310 billion 2023-24 state budget and sent it to Gov. Gavin Newsom, who signed the bill Tuesday night
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Examining the impact of California's ban on affirmative action in public schools
California banned affirmative action in public schools in 1996. NPR's A Martinez talks to Zachary Bleemer, incoming assistant professor of economics at Princeton University, about the ban's impact.
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Students Trapped in California’s Failing Public Schools Deserve a Way Out
Under California’s public school funding, per pupil spending is actually $23,723
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Bill to provide $17,000 for those opting out of public schools defeated in California senate committee
A bill that would have provided school choice vouchers died at the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday
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California’s most vulnerable students may be seeing increased funding soon
Some say the proposed increase should include transparency measures
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