Economic Mobility

Education is the great equalizer that can break the chains of poverty and pave a path to social and economic mobility. It provides individuals with the tools they need to rise above their circumstances and create a better life for themselves and their families.

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Children First: Help Wanted in the Classroom
California has a teacher shortage, but the education pipeline is flowing with fresh ideas.
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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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Newsom announces investment to education while some parents claim lack of control over teachings
Gov. Newsom visits Miwok Village Elementary in Elk Grove to ensure freedom for parents and students to learn and decide.
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HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CREATES FREE STEM TUTORING SERVICE FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS
Jasmine Garry, 17, has been passionate about technology since she was young. When she learned that girls often lose interest and are underrepresented in STEM fields, she knew she wanted to do something to inspire young students.
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Teacher Breaks Down Monthly Paycheck Minus Expenses, Internet Is Shocked
A grade school teacher on TikTok breaks down her paycheck minus monthly expenses. The results have us reeling over teacher salaries.
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California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond-Sponsored Bills to Combat Teacher Shortage and Youth Opioid Crisis Signed into Law
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond celebrated the signing this week of several pieces of legislation he sponsored and supported, including measures that would help alleviate the teacher shortage, invest in bilingual teachers, and combat the youth opioid crisis.
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If We Want Better Schools, We Need to Be a Serious People
Our schools are failing not because of what happens in the classroom, but because of what happens—or more to the point, what doesn’t happen—at the dinner table. If we wish to be a serious people, then we must bolster our institutions with the power to humanize and domesticate the bedlam within us all.
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Hit the snooze button: States debate later high school start times
Teens’ health and school performance improve with more sleep, research shows.
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