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Legislative Update as of 11/27/2014



  1. Sponsor



   
AB 948   (Olsen R) Sponsor
Charter schools: school facilities: Charter School Facility Grant Program.
Location: 9/30/2014 - A .  CHAPTERED
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CCSA is sponsoring this legislation to expand the SB 740 facility grant program by lowering the threshold for eligibility. Rather than the current 70% FRL threshold for eligibility, this bill would drop the threshold to 60% as funds allow. (8/19/13)  
Chapter  871 
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  2. Support



   
AB 484   (Bonilla D) Support
Pupil assessments: Measurement of Academic Performance and Progress (MAPP).
Location: 10/2/2013 - A .  CHAPTERED
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This bill changes the state accountability system to accommodate the transition to Common Core standards and the aligned Smarter Balanced Assessment, and suspends the STAR test in 2013-14. CCSA raised particular concern about the suspension of testing and API for charter schools facing renewal, because statutory renewal criteria are explicitly linked to API scores, ranks and achievement of growth targets. Subsequent amendments to the bill addressed this particular concern. While the Governor is expected to sign this bill, there are many unanswered questions about the impact of test suspension and the implementation of the pilot Smarter Balanced assessment in 2013-14. 
Chapter  489 
 
AB 2408   (Allen R) Support
School accountability: local control and accountability plans: California Collaborative for Educational Excellence.
Location: 9/19/2014 - A .  VETOED
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Would add a Senate Rules committee appointed charter school representative and a parent of a California public school pupil appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly to the governing board of the California Collaborative on Educational Excellence. (8/12/14) 
 


  4. Oppose



   
AB 913   (Chau D) Oppose
Charter schools.
Location: 9/30/2014 - A .  VETOED
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Would expressly state that a charter school is subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, the California Public Records Act, Government Code 1090, and the Political Reform Act. (6/25/14) 
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SB 1263   (Pavley D) Oppose
Charter schools: location.
Location: 9/19/2014 - S .  VETOED
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Would delete the authority of a charter school to locate outside the jurisdiction or geographic boundaries of the chartering school district without the approval of the school district in which they are locating. Removes flexibility for charter school facility locations. (7/2/14) 
 

Total Measures: 5

Total Tracking Forms: 5



11/27/2014 9:00:42 AM

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