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Low-Performing Students Block Grant - Legislative Report

California Education Code (EC), Section 41570(f)(3), states that the California Department of Education (CDE) shall compile information reported by grant recipients.

Low-Performing Students Block Grant Legislative Report

Executive Summary

Governor Brown signed Assembly Bill 1808, Chapter 32, Statutes of 2018 into law in June 2018. Among other provisions, Section 31.5 of AB 1808 added EC Section 41570 to govern the allocation of a $300 million Low-Performing Students Block Grant (LPSBG) by the CDE. The grant is intended to provide local educational agencies with resources to address the persistent academic achievement gap in California’s public schools that has led to inequitable outcomes and opportunities for children, including those and other factors that are the residual effect of the historical oppression of disempowered communities.

Specifically, EC Section 41570 states that the CDE shall compile information reported by grant recipients regarding the adopted plan to use the grant funds to increase the academic performance of identified pupils pursuant to EC Section 41570(f)(3), and submit reports to the appropriate policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature on or before July 1, 2019. This provision also requires the CDE to update the state board on the contents of the report. The CDE intends to update the State Board of Education (SBE) on the contents of this report in a June 2019 SBE memorandum.

In compliance with the legislative reporting requirement cited above, this report provides the compilation of information required by EC Section 41570.

Low-Performing Students Block Grant Legislative Report (PDF; 13MB)

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