Paradise Unified School District officials have found a location in Chico that will, for the foreseeable future, serve as the district’s high school while campuses decimated by the Camp Fire are rebuilt.
Nine community colleges say they will reject state aid rather than be forced to offer federal loans to students out of fears that if students default on their loans, colleges may be hit with federal sanctions.
The California Career Pathways Trust funded alliances among school districts, businesses and colleges that established hundreds of new career pathway programs, but regional commitments were hard to sustain, a study found.
In Getting Down to Facts, more than 100 leading California and national researchers produced three dozen studies examining a decade of sweeping changes and pressing education issues. EdSource will track the impact of the reports as state and local leaders continue to transform PreK-12 in California.