Media Advisory: CCSA, California Legislative Black Caucus to Unite & Demand Educational Equity Now
April 10, 2018
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
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CCSA, California Legislative Black Caucus to Unite & Demand Educational Equity Now
Sacramento, CA - In an effort to engender greater equity within California's educational system, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA) will join members of the California Legislative Black Caucus and members of California's African-American community TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 at 10 am. to announce Assembly Bill (AB) 2635, which will secure additional educational funding for African-American students by fixing a fundamental flaw in the state's educational budget known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).
- Dr. Margaret Fortune, Board Chair, CCSA and CEO, Fortune School of Education
- Dr. Shirley Weber, Assemblymember (D-San Diego)
- Chris Holden, Assemblymember (D-Pasadena)
- Nailah Dubose, Student at Fortune Early College High School
- Dennis Meyers, Assistant Executive Director for Governmental Relations for the California School Boards Association (CSBA)
Wednesday, April 11
10 a.m. Press Conference:
CCSA will join students, members of the California Legislative Black Caucus and California's African-American community to fight for educational equity now!
1:30 p.m. Assembly Education Committee Hearing:
CCSA, students and members of California's African-American community will attend the Assembly Education Committee Hearing to fight for the passage of AB 2635.
Speaker's Press Room
Assembly Education Committee Hearing
Wednesday, April 11
10 a.m. - Press Conference
1:30 p.m. - Assembly Education Hearing
AB 2635 drives equitable funding for California's lowest performing subgroup of students not currently receiving funding under the LCFF, which are African-American students. Additionally, this bill demands greater accountability from both school district and charter school recipients of these supplemental funds over the education outcomes of African-American students.
Students, members of the California Legislative Black Caucus and members of California's African-American community coming together to fight for educational equity now!
Press ContactSacramento and Central Valley
Britt Chord Parmley
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