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ISSUE: EDUCATION
Assigned To Assembly Committee

AB 2222 – Ensures that all instructional materials in California’s K-12 schools adhere to the science of reading

SUPPORT   AB 2222 would require the State Board of Education to ensure that all instructional materials in California’s K-12 schools adhere to the science of reading. It would also require the Commission on Teacher Credentialing to update its literacy standards in order to ensure adherence to the science of reading. Full Bill Text
Introduced Feb 7, 2024
ISSUE: EDUCATION
Assigned To Senate Committee

SB 1435 – Addresses Obscene Materials in K-8 Schools

SUPPORT   Senate Bill 1435 proposes a better standard to address obscene materials in our public K-8 classrooms and libraries that are not protected under the First Amendment, as established by the United States Supreme Court in Miller v. California (1973) 413 U.S. 15. It is also consistent with federal law which prohibits the broadcasting...
Introduced Feb 16, 2024
ISSUE: EDUCATION
Assigned To Senate Committee

SB 1203 – Establishes Student Education Flex Accounts and Special Education Flex Accounts

SUPPORT   Senate Bill 1203 would establish Education Flex Accounts (EFA) and Special Education Flex Accounts (SEFA) for any child who desires to seek an education outside of a public school using general fund dollars that would have otherwise been allocated to their education if they were attending their traditional neighborhood school. During the first...
Introduced Feb 15, 2024
ISSUE: EDUCATION
Introduced

AB 2226 – Mandatory Kindergarten

OPPOSE   AB 2226 would make kindergarten a mandatory requirement for children entering the first grade at a public elementary school. This bill is an unnecessary government overreach as it removes kids from their parents when they may not be prepared, and local school districts will bear higher costs. Parents should make the best decision...
Introduced Feb 7, 2024
ISSUE: EDUCATION
Introduced

SB 897 – Overcomplicated Bill with Ulterior Motives

OPPOSE   While the opportunity to better accommodate children’s educational needs should always be expanded, Sen. Josh Newman’s SB 897 not only overcomplicates the process, but has all the hallmarks of a spot bill waiting to be dramatically amended when the public isn’t paying attention. If he were serious about choice, he could simply dissolve...
Introduced Jan 03, 2024