September 24, 2019 | EdSource

Nearly 400 California school districts spend at least 50 percent less per student than required to provide an adequate education, according to a new interactive data tool published by EdSource. The news site developed the funding scale from a study...

September 14, 2019 | EdSource

Researchers don’t often see a quick policy impact from their work, but it happened for Jeffrey Vincent and Eric Brunner, coauthors of a PACE and Stanford University Getting Down to Facts II report, notes reporter John Fensterwald of EdSource.

September 11, 2019 | EdSource

Jeffrey Vincent, co-author of a report on school construction financing for Getting Down to Facts II, a PACE and Stanford University research project, told EdSource that the new funding formula for a $15 billion school facilities bond slated for the...

September 6, 2019 | Los Angeles Times

Critics worry that a California State University proposal to increase admission requirements from three years of high school math to four years could make it harder for African American, Latinx, and low-income students to get into CSU, writes the Los...

September 6, 2019 | EdSource

With a Sept. 13 deadline looming to place a school facilities bond on the March 2020 ballot, EdSource reports that state legislators, the governor, and state finance officials are still negotiating how much money to include, whether it will cover...

September 5, 2019 | EdSource

A Los Angeles Unified School District plan to rank its schools on a 1-to-5 scale is getting pushback from some school board members who argue that school performance can’t be quantified by a single number, according to an article in...

August 29, 2019 | EdSource

About 75 percent of all California high school seniors enrolled in a math class in 2016, 2017 and 2018, but only 47 percent of those students were enrolled in advanced math courses above Algebra 2, a study from Policy Analysis...