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Eric Hall, Founder/President of EH&A, presented “Facilities for the CBO” on February 8, 2020, to CASBO members attending the Business Executives Leadership (BEL) Program. The BEL Program was formerly known as the CBO Training Program. The presentation was held at the Orange County Department of Education. The presentation focused on: CBO introduction to the importance…

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The California Fugitive Gas Emissions Study, sponsored by the California Energy Commission (CEC), is seeking participation from commercial buildings* throughout the state to collect data on building methane leaks. The study is composed of two components: 1) a free on-site leak detection tests for facilities that can potentially result in lowered fuel costs and reduced…

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A special review of pending legislation by Eric Hall, President and Founder of EH&A Two California Assemblymen, in an unusual bipartisan effort, are feeling confident their bill to place a school facility bond measure on the 2020 and 2022 ballots will not only pass through the legislature, but will also be accepted by the voters….

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EH&A’s Debi Deal conducted a training session April 23rd at the Los Angeles County Office of Education to assist district finance professionals with maximizing and enhancing LCFF revenues. The training covered critical timelines for data collection; best practices for data management; latest information about student privacy laws and new regulations, and how CALPADS information is…

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CASH Update for November 2018

November 13, 2018

Click here for the CASH Facility Planners Meeting Update for November 2018, which includes information regarding: Priority Funding Apportionments Approved at Last Regulations for Full-Day Kindergarten Facilities Grant Program Approved Legislative Update CASH Annual Conference Update School Facilities Leadership Academy application deadline December 15 Visit the CASH website (www.cashnet.org) for more information and to register…

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Problems with California’s database of school chronic absenteeism rates could be more widespread than the state Department of Education previously acknowledged. CDE has recently begun adding notes to school chronic absenteeism data posted on its DataQuest website warning that the statistics may be unreliable. A page for San Francisco Unified, a district in which 83…

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