Here is an article of a bill-AB 1444-that is trying to make it mandatory to complete kindergarten prior to first grade.The article states that students who do not attend Kindergarten are at a distinct disadvantage when they get to first grade in terms of achievement levels, oral language development, fine and gross motor skill development, […] Continue reading
Governor Brown is busy working through the stack of legislation sent to him at the end of the legislative session. You can look up specific bill information here.
Here are a couple of bills that have gotten press; you’ll find the full list below Continue reading
Emily posed a thought-provoking question in response to the budget video last week. The answer is a complex one, but the simple answer is that if California taxes corporations more heavily, they can easily move to another state (or country) and cease paying California at all. The high-profile example of … Continue reading
The California State Legislature recently passed a bill that provides wide-ranging restrictions on companies that have access to children’s online activity via their interactions with their schools. This bill addresses the electronic educational technology vendors and their relationship with California schools and the growing concern about how all that data collected is used. The bill now … Continue reading → Continue reading
This is the article our group has chosen to use for our Article Discussion on Medical Marijuana. Please read before our article discussion on 9/25/14.
http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/11/04/tapping-medical-marijuanas-potential/?_php=true&_type=bl… Continue reading