Gov. Brown Recognizes Community Representatives as Key Contribution to Student Success

By |2018-09-19T10:46:05-07:00September 7th, 2018|AB 2261|

Today, Governor Brown signed AB 2261 (Friedman) into law. AB 2261 lifts the arbitrary cap on the 720 hours a year that Community Representatives can be paid for, as defined in the California Education Code (Section 45258). This change will allow schools to invest in keeping their parent centers open and accessible for more time during the school year, and makes the Community Representative position a permanent, classified position.