The following resources might be helpful to school districts and the community partners who work with them.
Most California Voters Polled Back Private School Vouchers for Low-Income Kids Most California voters agree that low-income families have few choices about where to send their children, and a large majority favor providing government support, through tax credits or vouchers, to send low-income kids to the public or parochial school of their choice, a new poll by BerkeleyIGS/EdSource found. (EdSource)
2016 Census Data The US Census Bureau released its 2016 annual data on income, poverty, and health coverage indicating positive gains on the aggregate for all three measures-the first time these all improved for two years in a row. Read more from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Center for Law and Social Policy, and First Focus for coverage of what the data mean for children and families.