2023's big questions: How much will TK-12 state funding be cut? What will the final math framework look like? Will districts find tutors, after-school staff? Will the Newsom administration act decisively on early literacy?
It’s January, time to reflect on the past months and look ahead at the coming year. At EdSource that means veteran reporter John Fensterwald is making predictions.
Every year, John gets out his crystal ball and tells us a fortune – what he thinks might or might not happen in California education in the new year. We also check in with some other reporters about what stories they will cover this year.
The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is hosting webinars on Tuesdays in January from 3-4:30 p.m. ET. The series includes "Learning How States, Districts, and Educators are Strengthening Kindergarten," and "Closing the Gap: Improving Attendance for Our Youngest Learners." Register here.
New America and the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) will host a webinar titled "Bright Spots: Strategies and Success Stories on Building a System for Full Access to ECE for Birth to Five" on Jan. 18 from 2-3:30 p.m. ET. Register here.