School reform is hard for adults, but it's child's play. Introducing the teeter-totter theory. All you need to know in 2.5 minutes


4-9-14: Brief comments on California's Local Control Funding, cracks in the Democratic Coalition, and Charter Schools


Vergara case "the closest thing to a silver bullet we've seen," say former LAUSD superintendent Roy Romer and board member Marlene Canter.


The Vergara v. California lawsuit is just the warm-up act for a high-profile showdown between corporate reformers and Californian teachers, argue David Menefee-Libey and Charles Taylor Kerchner.


'On California' blog debuts with its author explaining why he writes.


Following Gov. Jerry Brown's principle of subsidiarity, California enacted a Local Control Funding Formula. But it may be harder to implement than devise.


The opinions expressed in On California are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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