Issues related to public education, youth programs, and policies effecting schools.

Pesticide use: glyphosate.

Existing law provides funding for various career technical education programs, including regional occupational centers and programs, specialized secondary programs, partnership academies, and agricultural career technical education programs. This bill would appropriate the sum of $1,170,000 from the General Fund to the State Department of Education for the purposes of allocating funds to a certain county office of education in support of career technical education student organizations, as spec...

Business practices: prepaid credit cards: refund methods.

California State Lottery: education finance.



Natural gas storage wells: well stimulation treatments: chemical composition: leaks: regulation.

Existing law establishes a system of public elementary and secondary schools in this state, and authorizes local educational agencies throughout the state to provide instruction to pupils. This bill would establish the Safe and Supportive Schools Train the Trainer Program. The bill, to the extent that one-time funding is made available in the Budget Act of 2015, would require the State Department of Education to apportion funds to a designated county office of education, selected from applicant...


Alcoholism and drug abuse recovery or treatment programs.

Existing law provides for the out-of-home placement, including foster care placement, of children who are unable to remain in the custody and care of their parents. Existing law requires the juvenile court to hold a permanency hearing no later than 12 months after a child has entered foster care to determine the permanent plan for the child. Existing law authorizes the juvenile court to order one of several permanent plans, including an order that the child be placed in long-term foster care, su...


Hearing to discuss strategies to reach grade-level literacy at San Francisco public schools; and requesting the San Francisco Unified School District, the Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families, and the Public Library to report.

Transportation network companies.

Higher education facilities: Recommitment to Higher Education Bond Act of 2016.

State highways: leases.

Charter schools: pupils no longer attending.


Receive report from the Facilities and Fleet Department and the Office of Asset and Economic Development relating to the Civic Center Master Plan.