CSEA Sponsored Legislation

Updated 7/7/22

SB 878 (Skinner) - Funding for Universal Home-to-School Transportation

To provide universal home-to-school transportation for all students to their neighborhood school and back home, and fully fund local educational agencies’ transportation costs.

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SB 830 (Portantino) - Supplemental Funding Based on Average Daily Membership (Enrollment)

To shift California’s school funding formula to enrollment-based by changing the state’s current student-count policy from average daily attendance to average daily membership. Funding schools based on enrollment, which is how districts budget, would provide more funding for all districts and especially help districts in low-income communities that tend to have higher rates of absences.

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AB 1691 (Medina) - Classified School Employee Summer Assistance Program Reform (CSESAP)

To expand CSESAP eligibility for classified employees who are not paid during the summer to include classified employees at community colleges, make the program permanent with an ongoing appropriation, and increase program funding to $90 million to ensure a full dollar-for-dollar match for all participants.

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SB 874 (Cortese) - Merit System Promotional Probation

To provide classified employees of merit K-12 and California Community College (CCC) districts the same clarity that is provided to classified employees in nonmerit districts regarding their right to return to their prior classification if they are promoted and fail to complete probation for the new position.

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AB 1655 (Jones-Sawyer) - Juneteenth State Holiday

To make Juneteenth a state holiday, observed on June 19th, or a Friday or Monday if June 19th falls on the weekend.

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AB 2484 (Mia Bonta) - Charter School Closure Accountability

To bring additional accountability in the event that a charter school closes by requiring the school to report the number of displaced students to the Department of Education and upload student information to the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System prior to closure, and also by establishing additional guardrails on the Charter School Facility Grant (SB 740) Program to prevent private acquisition of publicly funded school facilities.

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AB 22 (McCarty) Transitional Kindergarten Data Collection

To require the California Department of Education to collect the necessary student and workforce data to understand the impact of California’s historic investment in universal transitional kindergarten.

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