Even after years of debate and litigation over teacher evaluations and tenure, California had no official definition of what constituted a bad educator — until now.
Three of four African-American boys in California classrooms failed to meet reading and writing standards on the most recent round of testing, according to data obtained from the state Department of Education and analyzed by CALmatters.
Senate Bill 807, also referred to as the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Act, was voted on unanimously by the committee 6-0. Senator Cathleen Galgiani (D-Stockton) co-authored the bill.
EdVoice CEO, Bill Lucia, provides an op-ed on SB 807
In Unanimous Vote, CA Senate Committee Passes Legislation to Invest in Teachers EdVoice-Led Coalition Commends Legislators for Supporting SB 807 SACRAMENTO – EdVoice today commended all the members of the California Senate Governance and Finance Committee for passing SB 807, the Teacher Recruitment and Retention Act of 2017. The bill passed the committee with a […]
A letter to the Moorpark Acorn by parent Sean Cooper about his support for SB 807.