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    Parent Engagement is Key for CA’s New School Finance Law

    Mar 30, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    A historic change to California schools is taking place over the next few years that hopes to give parents and local school districts more control of how money is spent, in a change that Governor Brown has described as one in which ‘schools that need more, get more.’
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    Parent Engagement is Key for CA’s New School Finance Law

    Mar 30, 2014

    Alfredo Camacho

    A historic change to California schools is taking place over the next few years that hopes to give parents and local school districts more control of how money is spent, in a change that Governor Brown has described as one in which ‘schools that need more, get more.’
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    Long Beach Parents Applaud Common Core, But Cite Challenges

    Mar 17, 2014

    Michael Lozano

    As the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) begins to adopt the new education standards known as Common Core, it is being tested on how well it overcomes barriers to informing and involving parents in the effort to help students adapt and achieve.
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    Long Beach Parents Applaud Common Core, But Cite Challenges

    Mar 17, 2014

    Michael Lozano

    As the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) begins to adopt the new education standards known as Common Core, it is being tested on how well it overcomes barriers to informing and involving parents in the effort to help students adapt and achieve.
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    Central Valley Students, Parents and Faculty Weigh In On Common Core

    Mar 07, 2014

    Yultzin Angeles

    California recently opted to adopt new federal education standards, known as Common Core, that aim to fundamentally change the way K-12 students are instructed and tested. Common Core will place less emphasis on traditional standardized testing and will center instruction on critical thinking, real-world applications and problem solving skills.
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    Central Valley Students, Parents and Faculty Weigh In On Common Core

    Mar 07, 2014

    Yultzin Angeles

    California recently opted to adopt new federal education standards, known as Common Core, that aim to fundamentally change the way K-12 students are instructed and tested. Common Core will place less emphasis on traditional standardized testing and will center instruction on critical thinking, real-world applications and problem solving skills.
    Continue to South Kern Sol