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First Big Reform of California’s Education Funding Law Awaits Governor’s Signature

An article about California Assembly Bill 1835, a significant reform to California's K-12 funding system, which aims to end a loophole that diverts funding away from high-needs students and advocates for accountability and transparency in spending to narrow achievement gaps.

Produced by: Children Now

Published: September 2020

Topics: Assessment and AccountabilityNarrative and StorytellingPurpose of EducationTeaching and LearningTransforming Systems for Equity

Type: Story / Case Study / Commentary