The state plans to spend an additional $650 million on special education under new law.
Teacher shares tips for distance learning gleaned from teaching summer school during the pandemic.
Balancing studies online and a heavier schedule at work can be overwhelming.
Waivers to allow elementary schools to open are stalled due to glitches in California's Covid-19 data collection
Teachers are working long hours to engage students who are most likely to drop out during campus closures.
Official awards from CARES Act funding to California school districts now public. Funds can be used for protective equipment and supplies, student meals and planning for school reopening.
At least 100,000 tablets with internet included will be ready for districts in time for the new school year, state officials said.
The district plans to take a more holistic approach to student safety by relying less on law enforcement for non-serious incidents.
Building on summer pilot program, nonprofit group wants to help Oakland students in a program that gives low-income parents a stipend to oversee their child's online learning.
The obstacle is the way.
Presssure builds on Gov. Newsom to impose ethnic studies requirement on CSU dictated by the state legislature. He has until Aug. 15 to sign the bill.
Protests are emerging in districts where teachers are required to conduct distance learning from their physical classrooms.