If California is serious about meeting its carbon reduction goals, our K-12 schools must be viewed as partners in this critical work.
A program that prepares bilingual teachers for dual-language classrooms in California is set to end this month, potentially worsening a shortage.
Community colleges face calls to do more as Black, Native American and Pacific Islander students enroll in for-profit colleges at alarming rates.
Legislators and governor agree on most education spending, but legislators want more funding for child care, Cal Grants and pension relief.
California teachers have witnessed massive disruption and responded to the challenges of Covid. Now they have a year’s worth of observations and insights to share with their colleagues.
Survey responses to 25 questions offer a comprehensive look at distance learning through a teacher’s lens.
Many of the 136 veteran California teachers surveyed found hybrid learning was enervating, and districts didn't seek advice on reopening.
An early literacy program launched as a pilot with 2,500 students has proved successful enough to expand to 14,000 students in coming months.
A "mixed delivery" system, in which state-funded early learning programs can be in any school, would better serve the needs of families.
From one end of California to the other, families shared how they were coping with Covid. In this final installment, they look ahead knowing they made it through the year like no other.
Nearly a year after money was budgeted, the California Department of Education hasn't completed the contract needed to move forward.
Pandemic has created a window of opportunity for California to add a growth measure to the dashboard for evaluating schools.
California's community colleges plan to require many students to take an ethnic studies class. Here's what you need to know.
'Well spaces' and streamlined data systems are meant to broaden students' access to mental health services and will help as campuses reopen.
English learners who did not connect, or connected minimally, during this year of distance learning need a renewed commitment that school will be a place full of rich language, wonderment and engagement in literacy and learning.