The Battle to Decide California’s Education Future

By many measures, the majority of California’s 6.2 million schoolchildren are failing to make the grade. Earlier this year California’s K-12 education was ranked 44th by U.S. News & World Report and 36th on Education Week’s “Quality Counts” report. T...
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California’s Educational Crisis Framed by Two Events: Walters

In case you missed it, a Superior Court Judge in Los Angeles is allowing an education lawsuit to proceed against the state. The lawsuit contends that California’s public schools have failed to adequately teach reading to some black and Latino students. Cal...
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Tuck Makes His Case for State Superintendent

Marshall Tuck is running to be the state’s top education administrator, again. He knows it’s not the most glamorous of elected offices. “Not too many people know the position exists, but it’s a position that...