CQE et. al. v. California 

All children in California have the right to a quality education. Campaign for Quality Education v. California is a case to enforce this fundamental right owed to every child under our state constitution, and to require California to adequately and equitably fund its public schools.

To read more about the case, click here.



In a video compiled from dozens of clips submitted from across the state, California's parents and students speak out about the broken school finance system that has failed a generation and why they have come together to participate in a historic lawsuit, CQE et.al. v. California.

Video editing by Rasquaché Film Productions.
Music: "African Oranges" by Steve Enstad and Scott Gagner, http://audibus.com/electrolic/

News

  • Statement of John Affeldt on Recent Court Decision in Lobato v. State of Colorado Background: On December 9, 2011 a Colorado District Court ruled in favor of plaintiffs in a state-school funding challenge after a five-week trial. The court recognized Colorado students ...
    Posted Dec 13, 2011, 3:35 PM by Caroline Piper
  • GRASSROOTS GROUPS AWAIT DAY IN COURT OVER SCHOOL FUNDING Rallies Scheduled Today Across State  Oakland—The coalition of grassroots groups, students and parents that sued the State in Campaign for Quality Education v. California is holding rallies this week ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2010, 12:05 PM by Unknown user
  • GRASSROOTS COALITION SUES CALIFORNIA OVER SCHOOL FUNDING Say State Violating Fundamental Right To Education by Shortchanging Students A coalition of grassroots groups and individuals representing thousands of low-income students and parents from across California is suing ...
    Posted Aug 13, 2010, 10:18 AM by Unknown user
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July 6, 2011—Check out this amazing video, Access 2 Education, created by the students at YouThink in Southern California to support the CQE v. California lawsuit!  Students and teachers describe the impact of cuts in their schools and explain why they need an adequate and equitable funding system.