Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Plan would make ‘massive shifts’ in special ed 
[Cabinet Report, 1/20/15]
A state advisory group that has spent the last year devising a plan to restructure how special education is delivered, has reportedly come up with a long list of sweeping recommendations geared toward better integrating services for students with disabilities in the general education classroom. 

Teacher survey: Change tenure, layoff laws 
[EdSource, 1/14/15]
Gov. Jerry Brown said last week he’s open to changing tenure and other teacher employment laws at issue in the Vergara v. State of California lawsuit, and most teachers in a new survey say they want to change them, too. 

Greenhut: State spends more to halt reform lawsuit 
[San Diego Union Tribune, 1/13/15]: Another California election consequence: teachers' union gets it way on school lawsuit. 

Budget lifts teacher preparation oversight
[Cabinet Report, 1/13/15]
After struggling for most of the past five years to balance its books, the state’s Commission on Teacher Credentialing would receive a fiscal boost from the general fund as part of Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget proposal.

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