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AB-776 Education data: pupil identifiers: early childhood education programs.(2019-2020)

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Bill Status
AB-776
Kalra (A)
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Education data: pupil identifiers: early childhood education programs.
03/22/19
An act to add Section 60902 to the Education Code, relating to education data.
Assembly
09/11/19
08/30/19

Type of Measure
Active Bill - In Desk Process
Majority Vote Required
Non-Appropriation
Fiscal Committee
Non-State-Mandated Local Program
Non-Urgency
Non-Tax levy
Last 5 History Actions
Date Action
01/21/20 Stricken from file.
09/27/19 Vetoed by Governor.
09/13/19 Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 3:30 p.m.
09/09/19 Senate amendments concurred in. To Engrossing and Enrolling. (Ayes 78. Noes 0. Page 3155.).
09/06/19 In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after September 8 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
Governor's Veto Message
To Members of the California Assembly:

I am returning Assembly Bill 776 without my signature.

This bill requires the Department of Education, in consultation with the Health and Human Services Agency, to establish an optional process for Local Education Agencies to include child-level data for children enrolled in state or federally funded early learning and care programs within the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Database.

I support the intention of this bill, and I believe there is a need for additional data in early childhood policymaking. However, we should build on our strong ongoing efforts in this space rather than starting anew.

The action proposed by this bill should be part of ongoing efforts to better integrate existing data. Moreover, any assessment of a potential comprehensive early childhood data system should take place in the context of the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care and the recently established Early Childhood Policy Council.

Therefore, I cannot sign this bill.

Sincerely,





Gavin Newsom