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The CA EDGE Coalition applauds the Governor and Legislature for investing in the  Cradle-to-Career Data System, California’s first longitudinal data system. Now that the investment has been secured, it is imperative that advocacy efforts continue throughout the implementation process.  In

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California is home to nearly 11 million immigrants – accounting for almost 27 percent of the state’s population. Roughly 2.5 million immigrants are undocumented, meaning less access to social safety net programs, financial assistance, and job security. Throughout the ongoing

Children and adults watch the governor hold up a signed document

On July 12th, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the 2021-22 State Budget Act, a historic $262.6 billion spending plan fueled by a $76 billion state surplus and $27 billion in aid from the federal government. This state budget reflects an agreement

May Revision Cover image with California ALL logo

On May 14, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom released the May Revision, building upon the January budget proposal and making major investments totaling $100 billion in the areas of education, workforce training, economic recovery, broadband access, and support services for underserved

Governor Gavin Newsom released his May Revision today, May 14th, proposing significant investments that seek to support workers, businesses, education and training programs, and undeserved communities. Several budget items noted below are closely tied to EDGE’s policy priorities. EDGE applauds

CA EDGE Coalition logo with message saying have your voice heard

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] As we approach the Senate and Assembly suspense file hearing, taking place on Thursday, May 20th upon adjournment of session, EDGE is working hard to raise awareness and uplift critical measures pending before

Title slide for "EDGE Addresses Pandemic Recovery by Seeking a Social Safety Net for Underserved Communities"

As the pandemic conversation shifts to recovery, much of the work centers on not just going back to the way things were, but rather seizing this moment to create a better, more just California — addressing the disparities existing prior

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