KQED NEWSROOM: Gov. Brown's Budget, A Poverty Report Card and CCSF Special Trustee Robert Agrella





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Uploaded on Jan 10, 2014

Gov. Brown's State Budget Plan Released
Gov. Jerry Brown's $155 billion budget proposal, unveiled a day ahead of schedule, includes new funding for education, environmental initiatives, programs for California's poor and a rainy-day fund. Despite an expected tax revenue surplus, the governor continued to urge fiscal caution, while critics pointed at programs that remain underfunded, including the teacher's pension deficit.

John Myers, KXTV News 10
Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News and KQED Science
Jill Tucker, San Francisco Chronicle

A Poverty Report Card with Children Now's Ted Lempert
Fifty years after President Johnson declared a war on poverty in America, the problem persists. Ted Lempert of Oakland-based Children Now, talks to senior correspondent Scott Shafer about the alarming rate of children living in poverty across the Golden State.

CCSF Official Says Court Intervention on Accreditation was Unnecessary
The official in charge of City College of San Francisco says court intervention was unnecessary in the citywide fight to keep the school accredited. KQED education reporter Ana Tintocalis sits down with special trustee Robert Agrella to talk about why he's standing by the accreditation commission's findings.

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