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Education Insights: Legal Update, Season 2, Episode 6 – “Adequacy”

May 27, 2015 | Publications

With adequate funding, schools can fully fund critical programs, staff and services, and help ensure all students have access to a high-quality education. During this one-hour webcast, hosted by CSBA, join DWK’s Sue Ann Salmon Evans as she and other panelists discuss:

  • Robles-Wong v. California lawsuit
  • Proposition 98 and nationwide funding and staffing comparisons
  • LCFF and ongoing equity and adequacy issues
  • Cruz vs. State of California lawsuit


2023 Legislative and Case Law Highlights – K-12 School Districts

2023 Legislative and Case Law Highlights – K-12 School Districts

Countdown to the Bond Part 2 – January 2024

Are You Considering a March or November 2024 Bond Election? Now is the Time to Begin Preparing Your Ballot Measure! Countdown to the Bond is a multi-part series of legal...

Adjusted Bid Thresholds for Contracts Effective January 1, 2024

Effective January 1, 2024, the bid threshold for contracts awarded by school districts competitively bid pursuant to Public Contract Code (PCC) section 20111(a) increased from $109,300 to $114,500 (link available here)....