News & EventsFROM THE CALIFORNIA EDGE COALITION
California EDGE Coalition Releases Policy Brief on New Educational Approach to Serving Low-Skill Adult Learners
. A new policy brief released by the California EDGE Coalition examines the ways in which other states are now successfully employing competency-based approaches to teaching and learning which allow students to move flexibly – and often much more quickly – through an educational program that is designed to make sure they know and can do what is expected of graduates.
The 2019-20 Budget Bill funds the creation of a LONGITUDINAL DATA SYSTEM to inform the public and policymakers, make it easier for students and parents to navigate the educational pipeline, and close equity gaps in educational outcomes.
We are pleased to announce that Zima Creason has been selected as the new Executive Director of the California EDGE Coalition.
On May 10th, the California EDGE Coalition sponsored a Capitol Legislative Briefing that featured presentations on how California can transform the way we collect, display, and use data to better inform all key stakeholders: individuals making life decisions, education and training providers, policymakers, businesses, regions, and researchers.
Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom released the May Revision to his proposed state budget. The revised budget continues the Administration’s focus on promoting prosperity for all Californians, while maintaining fiscal sustainability for the state at large. With revenue growth slightly higher than...
Last year, the California EDGE Coalition joined forces with the Education Trust-West, California Competes, the Campaign for College Opportunity, Public Advocates, and the Institute for College Access & Success to form the California Higher Education Equity Coalition. Our shared vision is...
“The California Dream should be available to every Californian, not just a privileged few. This year’s budget presents the best opportunity in decades to move our state closer to that important goal.” Four days into his term, Governor Gavin Newsom released his 2019-20 proposed budget. With...
The Newsom Administration Releases Trailer Bills Language on Creating a State Longitudinal Data System
Governor Newsom’s administration has released trailer bill language to accompany the $10 M investment for the development of a state longitudinal data system (SDLS) in his proposed budget.