This proposed grant would support litigation expenses to bring forward a landmark school funding reform case, challenging California for violating its constitutional duty to support a system of common schools. The goal is to move the state toward a rational funding system based on student needs and adequate to offer all students the opportunity to meet high standards.
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Congestion Management Agency research and capacity building project
Public Advocates focuses on increasing public transit, affordable housing and environmental justice through work in the Bay Area and on state policy. This grant would complement the suite of grants focused on Bay Area implementation of SB375 (California's policy for urban planning that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions). During this grant period, Public Advocates will prepare a number of research products desired by congestion management agencies and Bay Area advocacy groups to inform the implementation of SB375 within Bay Area Cities.
for support of the Public Advocates' work with grassroots and community-based organizations as part of the Campaign for Quality Education. This includes subgrants to ACLU, Advancement Project, and MALDEF
for the Metropolitan Equity Team
Public Advocates focuses on increasing public transit, affordable housing, and environmental justice in the Bay Area by working at the local, regional, and state level. This grant will complement a set of grants focused on Bay Area implementation of SB 375 (California’s policy for urban planning that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions). During this grant period, Public Advocates will encourage Congestion Management Agencies to increase investment in transit service levels and expanded ridership. This is particularly important for the region’s residents who cannot afford to purchase a car and are dependent on public transportation.