SB1050: Implications and Opportunities for California Students’ College Readiness
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SB1050: Implications and Opportunities for California Students’ College Readiness


September 20, 2016
Time 10 am PDT 

Duration: 1 hour

Presenters:

  • Lora Ballard, Site Technology Coordinator at ABC Unified School District
  • Tom Chorneau, Managing Editor, The Cabinet Report
  • David DeSchryver, Senior Vice President, Co-Director of Research at Whiteboard Advisors
  • Dr. S. Lee Funk, Director, Special Education at School Innovations & Achievement

 
Moderators:

  • David Loyola, Program Specialist, Association California School Administrators
  • Tim Waldron, Hobsons

The upcoming release of $200 million dollars in block grants for college and career readiness by the California Department of Education signals a growing focus on preparing California students for life after high school and long-term success. 

Join a panel of educators and experts for a timely webinar to better understand the opportunities and the implications of the grant, including:

  • What are the indicators for college readiness and how will they be measured?
  • What is the formula for determining recipients?        
  • How will SB1050 dovetail with current accountability plans?
  • How can schools and districts prepare for the grant application process?

Find out if your school is slated to receive a college and career readiness block grant.

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