Attached is the matrix of legislation of likely interest to the field of early care and education updated as of today – October 1, 2019. Note that this version of the matrix reflects only those bills that have reached the Governor’s desk and have been approved or are awaiting his action.
Listed bills highlighted in blue were recently approved by the Governor, but have not yet been chaptered (see http://cert1.mail-west.com/cTyjpG/janmc7rm/gtmyuz/ek61cT/Tiimc0lq4x8h/8fjek61cTqvnqc/yc6ahhjpzbv?_c=d%7Cze7pzanwmhlzgt%7C16xrws8cwuun6pl&_ce=1569951942.243f0b8b66368413599a264edcf6929c for the press release from yesterday, September 30th announcing the Governor’s actions on early childhood bills); bills highlighted in yellow have been approved by the Governor and assigned Chapter numbers.
The last day for the legislature to pass bills was September 13, 2019. The Governor has until October 13th to act on bills on his desk.
Birth to Twelfth Grade Water Cooler Conference
Advancement Project California is hosting its upcoming Water Cooler Conference from October 14-15, 2019 at Sheraton Grant Sacramento.
“This two-day, Birth to Twelfth Grade Water Cooler Conference brings together California’s top policy leaders from all sides of the educational field. This conference convenes ECE and K-12 stakeholders from across the state, representing preschool, infant/toddler, childcare, birth to five, teachers, P-16 and higher education, providers, administrators, parents, activists, advocates, philanthropists, and elected officials.
Together, we vet ideas for policy and practice to build a shared equity agenda that supports California’s children and families, grounded in community voice and uplifting a racial equity lens—today and into the future.”
“For more information and to register, visithttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/birth-to-twelfth-grade-water-cooler-conference-building-a-shared-california-for-all-children-tickets-65005848242.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments regarding the attached matrix of legislation,