You can view the press conference of the Legislative Analyst’s Office response to the May Revise below. The full report is available here.
Check out this great blog post from Michelle Littlefield, author of “I’ll turn this car around.” The post responds to Time Magazine’s recent controversial cover and gets to the real issue of the “Mommy Wars.” The Mommy Wars are just … Continue reading
Well, we knew it was coming, didn’t we? The LAO’s office was clear months ago that the actual numbers were going to be worse than the DOF predicted. But there is still time for advocacy on any number of issues … Continue reading
Zero to Three is sponsoring a free webinar: Meeting the Developmental Needs of Infants and Toddlers in the Child Welfare System May 7, 2012 11:00 – 12:45 Speakers include: Fred Wulczyn, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, Chapin Hall at the University … Continue reading
Are you interested in federal policy and its impact on children and families? Zero to Three’s “Federal Policy Baby Blog” is an easy way to keep track of federal policy decisions. Check it out.
The California Senate Select Committee on Autism and Related Disorders will hold a hearing this morning, April 30, from 10-noon on ensuring fair and equal access to Regional Center Services ASDs. You can listen to the hearing via CalChannel.
Breaking News via Maddie: SB 1515 passed out of the Senate Education Committee yesterday. The CSU Board of Trustees is one step closer to having more student representation.