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California State PTA supports this important school funding initiative

Legislative Alert November 30, 2011 ..PTA-supported school funding initiative launches.. To view a press release announcing today’s filing of the initiative, click here. Today in Sacramento, The Our Children, Our Future: Local Schools and Early Education Investment Act was submitted to the Attorney General for title and summary for the November 6, 2012 ballot. California State PTA supports […]

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SMMUSD Districtwide Fundraising vote tonight

Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District has been grappling with the issue of equitable private fundraising for local schools for years, and will likely continue to grapple with it for some time to come.  The issue of Districtwide Fundraising, the process of centralizing contributions to pay for specific services, in SMMUSD’s case personnel and programs, […]

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Y + YY

A Decade of Advocacy and Bold Partnerships Help Strengthen City and Schools November 2, 2011 marks the one-year anniversary of the passage of the groundbreaking Santa Monica Propositions Y + YY.  It also provides the opportunity to recognize and honor the unique partnership that these measures represent between the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District […]

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CEPS In the News

Please share your thoughts about public education in the CEPS Survey PHOTOS BY DAVID HUME KENNERLY, COURTESY OF CEPS From the statewide event, “Caravan for Kids” in 2005. Created by then-CEPS Executive Board members Rochelle Fanali and Denny Zane and organized by CEPS Steering Committee members, the two-day rally was organized by CEP in partnership […]

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Take the CEPS Survey

Please share your thoughts about public education in the CEPS Survey   Dear Public Education Supporter,   At the end of this very tumultuous school year, Community for Excellent Public Schools (CEPS) would like to thank you for working with us to keep the protection of public education a top community priority.  In addition, we would like […]

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