Williams Case – MonitoringInformation on the landmark Superior Court case to provide all students equal access to instructional materials, safe schools, and quality teachers.
State law, California Education Code (EC) Section 1240, requires County Offices of Education to monitor local educational agencies within their jurisdictions for specific issues, including those issues covered by the laws implemented as a result of the Williams lawsuit settlement. In 2021, Assembly Bill (AB) 599 (Chapter 667, Statutes of 2021) amended EC Section 1240 to stipulate a revision to the list of regularly monitored sites (see frequently asked questions below for details).
Frequently Asked Questions and Responses
Answers the most frequently asked questions regarding Williams monitoring requirements.
California Education Code Section 1240
The specific state law that establishes the monitoring responsibilities of County Offices of Education and the development by the California Department of Education of the list of sites for regular monitoring.