The Budget Center’s Kristin Schumacher presented at a training session for the Child Care Team of the Women’s Policy Institute, a program of the Women’s Foundation of California. Her presentation discussed child care and development programs in California and the importance of boosting access to high-quality child care and preschool. » Read more about: Women’s Policy Institute, Training Session »
On September 22, 2016, the Budget Center hosted a Twitter chat to explore the 2015 Census figures for California on poverty, income, health coverage, and other key social economic indicators and to discuss how state policies can help broaden prosperity.
The Budget Center’s Chris Hoene served as a presenter for this webinar and discussed the California state propositions most relevant to nonprofits and the nonprofit pros and cons on key propositions.
Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Alissa Anderson discussed California’s tax system and how it might better meet the needs of our state and support the kinds of public investment that strengthen communities. The Family Economic Security Partnership is a public, private and nonprofit collaboration dedicated to increasing the income and building the assets of low-income families and individuals living in Contra Costa County.
Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene presented our California Women’s Well-Being Index for a webinar hosted by Northern California Grantmakers, Southern California Grantmakers, and San Diego Grantmakers.
The Budget Center’s Jonathan Kaplan discussed the state budget process, and how education stakeholders can engage with it, at this event organized by The Education-Trust West.
At Advancement Project’s quarterly convening to discuss early learning, Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Jonathan Kaplan discussed Governor’s Brown’s revised 2016-17 budget proposal and the key issues in this year’s budget debate. » Read more about: Advancement Project, ECE Water Cooler Meeting »
The Budget Center’s Scott Graves gave a State Budget overview at the California Child Development Coalition Retreat.
Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene presented high-level analysis of the Governor’s 2016-17 revised budget—including its social and economic context—and outlined the policy choices and outcomes that have occurred during the year’s budget deliberations.
Budget Center Executive Director Chris Hoene presented “Dollars & Democracy: An Introduction to the State Budget Process” to Hispanas Organized for Political Equity’s (HOPE) Leadership Institute.