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Education Bills


AB 288 by Assembly Majority Leader Chris Holden (D-Pasadena) passed out of the Assembly on a unanimous vote. This bill would create a partnership between high schools and community colleges to allow students to take college-level courses at their high schools or on college campuses. Contact: Wendy Gordon, (626) 351-1917. Press release here

AB 706 by Assemblymember Susan Bonilla (D-Concord) passed out of the Assembly on a 77-0 vote. This legislation establishes the California STEM AmeriCorps (CalSTEM) program, which is designed to improve the academic performance of K-12 students in STEM subject areas, increase the number of college graduates in STEM disciplines, and forge pathways for students to pursue careers in STEM fields. Contact: Ryan Morimune, (916) 319-2014. Press release here.

AB 770 by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) passed out of the Assembly on a 77-0 vote. AB 770 establishes a California Community College grant program to fund accelerated basic skills programs. Contact: Susanna Schlendorf, (916) 319-2044. Press release here.

AB 1361 by Assemblymember Autumn Burke (D-Inglewood) passed out of the Assembly on a unanimous vote. This legislation would remove the age restrictions in the Cal Grant Program for veterans. Contact: Allison Ruff, (916) 319-2062. Press release here.

Website of the Assembly Democratic Caucus: www.asmdc.org

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What Members Are Saying

Assemblymember Kevin Mullin, District 22

“This bill brings California’s election recount process into the 21st century. Elections are a fundamental democratic principle and we must make every effort to ensure their integrity. I believe AB 44, will do just that.”

Assemblymember Jose Medina, District 61

As Chair of the Assembly Higher Education Committee, I know the importance of college affordability and safety. We must ensure students are provided with safe learning environments. In addition, students need transparency in higher education costs in order to make informed financial decisions for college."

Assemblymember Shirley Weber, District 79

"We know that students in foster care are more likely to achieve their full potential when they are provided services designed to meet their particular needs. It's imperative that foster youth get the support and resources they need to succeed academically."