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Take Action to Tackle the Teacher Shortage

Three California bills aim to help improve teacher preparation and retention.
All our kids need and deserve great teachers. School districts across the country, however, are struggling with shortages of K–12 teachers, particularly in math, science, and special education. The ... Read more

What Teachers Need to Know About SOPIPA

What does this new privacy law say, and how does it affect your work in the classroom?
Author's Note: This piece was co-authored with Ariel Fox Johnson, Policy Counsel with Common Sense Kid's Action. The Student Online Personal Information Protection Act (SOPIPA), which goes into effect ... Read more
Privacy, Policy

Strong Support for New California Bill to Protect Students' Personal Data

A new bill introduced Thursday calls for the protection of students' personal information, a potential game changer for the $8 billion ed tech industry.
Yesterday, the New York Times featured an article about new California state legislation that would create privacy and security protection of personal information of students in elementary through high ... Read more
Common Sense News, Policy