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LAO: Prop 30 Expiration: No Cliff Effect, But Will Affect Schools

Over the weekend, the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) released additional information regarding Prop 30 revenues, including their future assumptions and prediction that the expiration of the temporary revenues will not cause a budget hole (often referred to as the “cliff effect”). A reminder that Prop 30 temporarily increased the following: Sales and
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State Board of Education Update – Curriculum and Instruction

Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) Activities: Digital Library – The Smarter Balanced Digital Library, an online source for tools and resources to assist teachers in the use of classroom-based formative assessment practices, is now operational and contains over 1,600 resources in all content areas for SBAC K-12 teachers. Achievement Levels – On November 6,
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