February 22, 2021 | Capital & Main

With majority control of Los Angeles Unified’s school board hanging in the balance, it has surprised no one that a flood of outside privatization money has put March 3’s Super Tuesday election on target to smash LAUSD’s 2017 record as...

June 20, 2019 | Capital & Main

Governor Gavin Newsom’s first education budget passed in the legislature last week.  The budget reflects a Prop. 98-mandated minimum increase, district relief for pension obligation paydown, investments in early learning, funds for special education, and facilities funding for full-day kindergarten...

June 17, 2019 | EdSource

College affordability is a top concern for voters throughout California, but the problem is most profound for African Americans and residents living in rural areas of the state, according to a poll of 2,000 California voters by Policy Analysis for California Education...

February 4, 2019 | Politico

A USC Rossier/PACE poll released today finds that a narrow majority of California voters—55 percent—voiced at least some support for changing Proposition 13, the state’s property tax law. During last month’s Los Angeles teachers strike that lasted six days, the...