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LCFF: How Can Local Control Keep the Promise of Educational Equity in CA?
10/01/2016

LCFF: How Can Local Control Keep the Promise of Educational Equity in CA?

LCFF: How Can Local Control Keep the Promise of Educational Equity in CA?

In October 2016, Partners for Each and Every Child (Partners for) and Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE) co-hosted an event intended to:

Build understanding and engage in conversations around the current impact of learn more >

Recommendations for the California Department of Education on stakeholder engagement for ESSA
06/07/2016

Recommendations for the California Department of Education on stakeholder engagement for ESSA

As California considers its own contexts, needs, and priorities in ESSA implementation, the voices and experiences of families, students, and communities are crucial in protecting and advancing equity. Given the wide latitude that ESSA has allowed for states to ensure equitable access and excellence for learn more >

ESSA: Implications for Equity
06/01/2016

ESSA: Implications for Equity

In an effort to understand the implications of ESSA in our Anchor States, Partners for developed a series of reports summarizing expectations and opportunities under ESSA and their implications in the Pre-ESSA landscape in each state.

California
Colorado
Georgia
Illinois
Mississippi
New Jersey
Ohio

WEBINAR – ESSA: Implications for California and Equity
01/12/2016

WEBINAR – ESSA: Implications for California and Equity

On Tuesday, January 12, 2016, EdSource and Partners for Each and Every Child hosted a webinar to examine the implications of the new federal Every Student Succeeds Act on California and the effort to ensure that every child has an equal opportunity to learn more >

WEBINAR – California’s Smarter Balanced Scores and the Achievement Gap
10/19/2015

WEBINAR – California’s Smarter Balanced Scores and the Achievement Gap

On Oct. 19th, 2015, EdSource and Partners for Each and Every Child hosted a webinar featuring leading educators and experts who examined strategies for closing the achievement gap in the wake of California’s Smarter Balanced test scores, which were released in September.

 

 

Closing the Achievement Gap learn more >

LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA IN CALIFORNIA: How to Monitor Progress and Learn from A Grand Experiment
11/30/2014

LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA IN CALIFORNIA: How to Monitor Progress and Learn from A Grand Experiment

Produced as pre-reading material for 2014’s LCFF conference at UC Berkeley, this report suggests core empirical questions that stem from key moving parts of the LCFF reform, digs deep into how eight districts frame the reform and the program models on which they will rely learn more >