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FROM THE CALIFORNIA EDGE COALITION

AB 1705 by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin will be heard in the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday, June 22nd at 9:00 am and we need your support! AB 1705 (Irwin) aims to remove barriers to certificate and degree completion by ending lengthy remedial sequences

On May 13, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom released the 2022-23 May Revision to the state budget draft, building upon the January budget proposal with several adjustments and additional investments totaling $300 billion in the areas of education, workforce training, economic

As we approach the Senate and Assembly Appropriations Suspense File hearing, taking place on Thursday, May 19th upon adjournment of session, EDGE is working hard to raise awareness and uplift critical measures pending before the Appropriations committees from both houses

The Community Economic Resilience Fund (CERF) is intended to support the development of regional economic roadmaps that invest in industries that will thrive in a carbon-neutral future, create high-quality jobs, and build a more equitable and inclusive economy. A total

EDGE Executive Director Zima Creason sits down with California Hospital Association President and CEO Carmela Coyle to discuss workforce challenges and opportunities in the healthcare industry. Click here to view the full interview The Cutting EDGE is an interview series

At the California EDGE Coalition, it is our mission to bring together organizations that seek to address workforce shortages, create pathways to the middle class, and help communities that have been historically left out of California’s prosperity. This year, EDGE

The California EDGE Coalition applauds the Administration for the inclusion of education and workforce training investments geared towards addressing climate justice and the healthcare sector – all while centering equity and economic mobility for all Californians. The budget proposal builds

On January 10th, Governor Newsom released the 2022-23 state budget proposal which includes  $286 billion dollars in investments aimed to support working families, students, adult learners, opportunity youth, and the business community. The budget also projects a surplus of $45

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