Times have changed dramatically since the first MIG courses debuted in 1999, and the new MIG is changing with the times. CSBA’s redesigned Masters in Governance program launches this fall.
In This Issue
MIG equips governance teams for LCFF, other ‘current events’
The redesigned MIG program, with its hybrid classroom approach, helps students make the most of precious class time by giving them access to the basics through homework assignments and online instruction beforehand, so they come to class prepared.
Proposition 39 comes up with money and closes a loophole that had allowed out-of-state corporations doing business in California to pay lower income tax rates.
A healthy exchange of news and information engages schools and communities
Engaging the public in school decisions is simply good policy, whether a governance team is building support for a bond issue or parcel tax, considering school closures, or simply keeping the community informed.
As part of his 2013-14 budget, Gov. Jerry Brown initially proposed distributing Proposition 39 funds solely on average daily attendance, or ADA. Critics complained that a strict ADA-based allocation underserved smaller, poorer school districts that would qualify for sums too small to effect significant improvement or change.
The new Proposition 39, the California Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2012, has nothing to do with the charter school law of the same number.
We are charting a new course of radical change—direly needed change—in our long-held practices, budget assumptions, program delivery, resource allocation, professional development practices for teachers, and much more.
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Baldwin Park USD's Golden Bell-winning Graduate Intern Program
Tehama County Office of Education's Golden Bell-winning Small Schools' Consortium
How the state's new Local Control Funding Formula works and where to learn more