The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress shows only 52 percent of students meet or exceed standards in English, and a miniscule 31 percent in math. The “Nation’s Report Card” puts California 45th in the country, with the drop in performance called “a national concern.” ACT scores have dropped “every year of the last five.”
Today, Transparent California released 2015 public employee compensation data — complete with names, pay, and benefits — for over 800,000 K-12 workers statewide. Ontario-Montclair schools superintendent James Hammond’s $516,573 compensation package was the […]
In today’s Washington Examiner I highlight the unfair burden public pension plans impose on today’s teachers and students. A slice: CCSD could boost teacher pay, at no extra cost, if lawmakers allowed it to […]
Transparent California has just been updated with 2013 salary and benefits data for 82 charter schools from across the state; including the largest charter school in the state – Green Dot Public Schools. […]
ABC 10 News featured Transparent California in a piece analyzing the pay of San Diego Unified teachers. Click here to watch the segment.