The CSU Chancellor, Timothy White, will be presenting his second annual “State of the CSU” address via the live stream tomorrow, January 27, 2015, at 12:30 p.m. at http://www.calstate.edu/bot/opensessions/livestream.shtml
In the wake of No Child Left Behind legislation, a bi-partisan effort signed by President Bush in 2001, public school education changed in many significant ways throughout the country. States that had previously had no education standards created and adopted standards. States that hadn’t had a way to access the … Continue reading
The White House released a fact sheet on Wednesday, following the State of the Union Address, which puts forth the case for investment in child care, making it more affordable for families. See the fact sheet here.
Two years ago, the Supreme Court refused to issue a ruling on some same-sex marriage cases, letting the district court rulings stand. Now the Court has agreed to hear an appeal of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that refused to lift a state ban on same-sex marriage. The … Continue reading
Following up on the President’s State of the Union address, Slate magazine posted a brief article to help readers understand why the cost of child care is a concern for the middle class. Check it out here.
During his State of the Union address, President Obama reminded listeners that the US has had an accessible, universal preschool program in the past. Did you know about this program?
See this Time article.
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On this first day of 2015, the New York Times chose to publish an Editorial Opinion piece that argues against the cuts to the President’s social programs that the Republicans are seeking. Ron Haskins, Brookings Institute policy analyst who has advised Republican policymakers in the past, mentions home visiting programs, and Nurse Family Partnership in particular, in arguing … Continue reading → Continue reading