We know that education is the way out of poverty, but we are not investing in schools enough or in the most effective ways. We can disrupt the school-to prison pipeline, and address the changing nature of work in the 21st century by preparing and inspiring the next generation.
From pre-K through community college, education should be free.
The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act will restore more than $11 billion per year to California’s schools, community colleges and other vital local services simply by having corporations be good neighbors.
We can reverse the trend of college tuition costs spiking far more rapidly than spending in other areas of our economy by using sound, evidence-based research and solutions.