Quality Education Investment Act embodies a new approach to interventions
The Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) is California’s latest K-12 intervention program to support low-performing schools. The state will allocate close to $2.7 billion through this seven-year program to help these schools meet performance and resource benchmarks. This two-page brief explains the selection and funding processes, details the expectations for schools and districts, and discusses implementation issues.
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