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Making the Grade: How Your Vote Could Affect California's Public Schools

 

Nearly half of Californians say the quality of education in the state's K-12 public schools has gotten worse. Post-pandemic recovery, school funding, decisions on curriculum, and early childhood education all play a part in shaping voters' perceptions about local public schools. Join the USC Price School Bedrosian Center's Mark Baldassare for a discussion about the issues on November’s ballot that will affect the state’s public education system. 

 

California has long been the proving ground for what become national politics and policies. This year will be no exception as Golden State voters head to the polls to weigh in not only on who occupies the White House and legislative seats but also on state and local ballot initiatives. This series of webinars is hosted by Mark Baldassare, the state’s leading pollster and Senior Fellow at the USC Price School’s Bedrosian Center on Governance, and features experts from academia, the government, private sector and not-for-profits.

 

Moderator
Mark Baldassare
Senior Fellow, Bedrosian Center on Governance, USC Price School;
Survey Director, Public Policy Institute of California

Panelists
Alberto Carvalho
Superintendent, Los Angeles Unified School District 

Linda Darling-Hammond
President and CEO, Learning Policy Institute
President, California State Board of Education

Julie Marsh
Professor of Education Policy, USC Price School and USC Rossier;
Faculty Director, Policy Analysis for
California Education

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