For the California Association for Bilingual Education’s (CABE) 2019 conference, Senior Policy Analyst Jonathan Kaplan presented on how to navigate the state budget process so that educators can advocate for dual language learners.
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Guide to School Funding and the State Budget ProcessEvery year, California’s governor and Legislature adopt a state budget that provides a framework and funding for critical public services and systems — from child care and health care to housing and transportation to colleges and K-12 schools. But the state budget is about more than dollars and cents. The budget expresses our values as … ContinuedCalifornia BudgetEducation
More Support Needed For California K-12 Students Experiencing HomelessnessHaving a safe, stable place to live is crucial for student development and educational success. But more than 220,000 of California’s public K-12 students experienced homelessness in 2020-21. This includes children temporarily staying with other families due to economic hardship, and children living in motels, shelters, vehicles, public spaces, or substandard housing. Latinx, Black, American … ContinuedEducationHousing & Homelessness
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