Brown signed nine out of 10 bills sent to him by the State Legislature by the Sunday night deadline.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law about 100 bills related to education or children's issues. Most came from the Assembly. Some 26 were vetoed based on an EdSource tally of the bills that made it to his desk this year.
Most respondents in this Berkeley IGS/EdSource poll have not heard of the Next Generation Science Standards, although they endorse its goals when given an explanation
DeVos said she learned a lot on tour of school, which drew protests from some who said they objected to her visit.
Newly signed law requires districts to do all they can to enroll needy families in the federally subsidized school lunch program
Exam suspended in 2015 no longer required for graduation, now that state has adopted new Common Core standards and school accountability metrics.
Hundreds of schools, some more than an hour from the fire zones, closed due to poor air quality. Others closed due to fire hazards.
The $8.1 million aims to give the state’s largest student demographic group more opportunities to learn from a Latino or Hispanic teacher.
Michael Kirst says the special education system, rooted in concepts and laws that need updating, is battling to recruit and retain fully prepared teachers
The poll by Berkeley IGS/EdSource found nine out of ten respondents think that more aid for low-income students is very or somewhat important. Republicans show less support than Democrats.
State audit shines spotlight on problems at online charter schools
District does not disclose details of Michelle King's health and how long she will be out