Fulfilling the Promise of the Local Control Funding Formula
PACE’s annual research and policy conference is the premier event for policymakers, researchers, advocates and local education leaders who are working to define and sustain a long-term strategy for comprehensive policy reform and continuous improvement in California’s education system.
Our 2018 full-day conference will focus on three key education policy issues: ensuring educational equity under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), rethinking policy and practice in special education, and strengthening alignment between California’s pre–K and K–12 education systems.
Registered participants will learn about key policy debates and research-based best practices through conference plenaries and workshops. We will also release findings from the new 2018 PACE/USC-Rossier public opinion poll on education issues facing California.
- Eloy Oakley, Chancellor, California Community Colleges
- Michael W. Kirst, President, California State Board of Education
- Susanna Loeb, Barnett Family Professor of Education, Stanford University.
Eloy Oakley on Strengthening the California Community Colleges to meet California’s needs
Michael Kirst on California’s 2018-19 Budget
Susanna Loeb on Getting Down to Facts II: Progress Report
Janelle Scott on Leveraging LCFF Resources to Advance Equity
Al Mijares on Leveraging LCFF Resources to Advance Equity
Stephen McMahon and Nancy Albarrán on Leveraging LCFF Resources to Advance Equity
Julie Marsh - The Equity Promise of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
Ryan J. Smith on Advancing Equity Under LCFF
Sean Tanner - Money and Freedom The Impact of California’s School Finance Reform
Jorge Aguilar on SCUSD Core Value
Deborah Stipek on Development and Research on Early Math Education (DREME)
Cynthia Coburn on Fostering Prek – 3 Alignment and Continuity in Mathematics
Bill Koski Why “Rethink” Special Education in California
Michele Bowers on Rethinking Special Education
Kristin Wright on CA Special Education
Lauren Lindstrom on Rethinking Special Education
Paul Warren on Special Education