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This report on a new EdSource survey of 315 school districts—representing two-thirds of public school students in California—sheds new light on how the state ... Read more September 2012
This executive summary of an EdSource report, Understanding School Discipline in California: Perceptions and Practice, sheds new light on how the state ... Read more September 2012
This free report summarizes the key decisions for K-12 education from the 2010-11 budget.
This free report examines the financial circumstances of California’s school districts and their actions to cope with the demand to "do more with less." ... Read more December 2010
This 20-page report provides an overview of the education components of the federal stimulus package and where California stands in relation to its requirements.
This brief explores why the quality of California's new data system depends on the capacity of its school districts to accurately track and report student data.
This report discusses the current status of California’s education data system, including CALPADS and CALTIDES.
Two years before the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) became law, California passed its own Public Schools Accountability Act (PSAA).
This report sets out possible goals for a school finance system that could better support California's high expectations for student performance.Read more May 2004
This publication highlights details of this reform and how it relates to broader concepts of funding adequacy and decentralization.
This publication summarizes comments from experts who spoke at EdSource's 2004 Annual Forum.
This special version of the executive summary for the four-year study of class size reduction in California by the CSR Consortium contains additional graphs and ... Read more October 2002
This issue brief explores the use of longitudinally linked data and how such a system would benefit California.
This issue brief on the work of the state's Joint Master Plan Committee describes the committee's original recommendations and the process for public input about the ... Read more April 2002
Proposition 39 reduced from two-thirds to 55% the vote school districts and community colleges need to authorize local general obligation bonds for school construction. ... Read more September 2000
Had voters passed it, Proposition 38 would have provided tax-free scholarships (vouchers) for private school tuition to the parents of all California K–12 ... Read more September 2000
Finding space for the growing student population presented an enormous challenge. This report explains the dimensions of the problem.
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