State’ s Schools Are Still Underfunded

22 Feb
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by Chris Ungar

“A recent report released by the California School Boards Association and its Education Legal Alliance found that California is underfunding K-12 schools by as much as $42 billion annually. The study looks at state funding levels and what it would actually take for all students to meet state standards and be prepared for college and career upon high school graduation.

By nearly every measure – funding, staffing or infrastructure – we’re lagging behind other states and countries. And expectations and challenges for California schools are only increasing. They include implementing the Common Core curriculum and Local Control Funding Formula, closing achievement gaps and preparing students for college.”

Read more in the Sacramento Bee

Chris Ungar Official Headshot PhotoChris Ungar is the California School Boards Association 2016 President and a member of the San Luis Coastal Unified School District in San Luis Obispo County.

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