Sue Burr

California State Board of Education

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Executive Director of the California State Board of Education

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In yesterday's  State of the State  address, Governor Brown spent a lot of time on K-12 education, the biggest single item in the state budget.

Governor Brown and K-12 Education

In yesterday's State of the State address, Governor Brown spent a lot of time on K-12 education, the biggest single item in the state budget.

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