Campaign finance data for the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Race for California, 2018
Spending accelerates ahead of June 5 primary
Career technical student organizations provide hands-on, real world experience to high school students.
Marshall Tuck and Tony Thurmond also challenge attempts to categorize either of them as “pro” or “anti-charter.”
New data from the Office of Civil Rights shows wide gaps in advanced math and science enrollment.
Assembly Bill 2808 sets a goal of $35 billion more in base spending for the Local Control Funding Formula; that would put California among the top 10 states in spending but without a deadline or means to reach it.
To tackle gun violence, children's well-being must be at the top of the nation's agenda
Colleges must become more student-focused in their practices, advocates say.
One of two international high schools in California, the small Oakland campus offers special programs for immigrant students.
While most states have some system that links their high school and college data to track what happens to students once they exit high school, California does not.
The current era of discipline reform in California is putting greater emphasis on an aspect of teaching that has long gotten the short shrift in teacher credentialing programs.
Contribution of $2 million from San Francisco philanthropist William Oberndorf boosts contributions to independent expenditure committee backing Villaraigosa to just over $16 million