Common Sense Kids Action Releases 2015 California Yearbook

Calls Out The “Bests” And “Worsts” of California Legislative Policy For Kids

Common Sense Media
Friday, June 12, 2015

San Francisco, CA— Common Sense Kids Action released it's 2015 California Yearbook today to celebrate the 2015 California Legislative Class of Characters with superlatives awarded to Governor Brown, bi-partisan legislators and others who fought for a pro-kids agenda that will help better prepare our kids and our state for the future. Class Clown designations were also given to those who stood in the way of protecting kids, especially around student privacy concerns. The yearbook is a humorous attempt to applaud those legislators who promoted kids and education and call out those who didn't.

James P. Steyer, CEO of Common Sense Media said today, "So far it's been a pretty good year for kids in the State Legislature, although we're still hoping for stronger funding for early childhood education. Our hope is that this annual yearbook becomes something legislators fight to get "Bests" in, because no one likes to be called out as a Class Clown. Thanks to all the legislators and advocates in Sacramento and beyond who fought for kids this year. Happy Graduation Class of 2015!"


About Common Sense Kids Action
Common Sense Kids Action is an independent, nonpartisan, powerful voice whose mission is to make kids and education America's top priority. We work with national and state leaders to advance policies that help ensure every child has the opportunity to succeed in the 21st century. We are committed to advancing a 21st-century kids-and-education agenda that includes ensuring that all children 0-5 have access to vital education and health resources, advancing 21st-century learning, reducing the child poverty rate, and protecting children's online privacy. Learn more at the Common Sense Kids Action website.