As I said before in my posting about the need for electoral reform in WCCUSD, the November 2006 campaign for three WCCUSD School Board slots was ridiculous in the disproportonality of the campaign fundraising. I recently had the opportunity to brave the
This is a blog worth checking: http://edjustice.blogspot.com/ It’s called “Educational Justice.” I like it even though I’m not really much of a progressive. It’s mostly the work of Eric Mar, a San Francisco School Board Commissioner, which in itself is really cool. There’s a lot
This is a local K-8 Web site that I found: http://wcck8.org/ It’s called “West Contra Costa K-8 Discussion.” One useful feature of the site is the Library section with various reports to download.
WCCUSD has a Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) as a statutorially required part of the District’s bond construction program. Generally, people who like an extremely expansive bond program think the CBOC is doing great; those who prefer a less expansive program think it
The last WCCUSD (West Contra Costa Unified School District) election was a dramatic demonstration of the power of a huge focused amount of money on a school board election. This money came from a collection of construction interests (union and business) into the hands