All articles by EdSource staff
Library or police, a small town's struggle puts a spotlight on library inequities across California
Pressure to turn the McFarland library into a police station put a spotlight on the inequities statewide in community libraries which are locally funded. While McFarland still has a library, its level of service is very low compared to other counties across California that put more funding into its libraries. This series shows those differences through on-site and reporting and data comparisons and analysis.
May 23, 2023
EdSource wins 14 awards, including two with statewide honors, in California Journalism Awards
EdSource wins 14 awards in the statewide California Journalism Awards for stories published during 2022.
May 22, 2023
The right choices? Leaders, policymakers and experts react to Gov. Newsom's 2022-23 education budget
See what education leaders are saying about the governor’s plan to fund education in the coming year.
January 18, 2023
Reactions to the governor's higher education budget proposals
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2023-24 January budget proposal for California's public college and university systems.
January 17, 2023
Reactions to the governor's K-12 education budget proposals
Leaders representing all segments of California's education system share their reactions to the governor’s proposed 2023-24 budget for the state's K-12 public schools.
January 17, 2023
Reactions to the governor's early education budget proposals
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2023-24 January budget proposal for early education.
January 17, 2023
Chico State names interim provost; former provost remains on board despite 'immediate' resignation
Chico State President Gayle Hutchinson announced that Stephen Perez, interim president at San Jose State since January 2022, will be joining Chico State as interim provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Michael Weber, Chico Enterprise-Record
January 7, 2023
EdSource's Best of 2022: Dual Enrollment: Who's in, who's out
Over the past year, EdSource’s coverage has looked at the growing popularity of dual enrollment programs, as well as the issues surrounding access to these programs across the state.
January 3, 2023
EdSource's Best of 2022: CSU's Title IX Reckoning
Over the past year, EdSource’s reporting on the country’s largest public university system has examined the outcomes when faculty and administrators are found in violation of Title IX.
December 30, 2022
EdSource's Best of 2022: State and nationwide test scores show pandemic-related declines
EdSource’s reporting played a key role in pushing California to release Smarter Balanced test data after the state had previously announced plans to delay its public release.
December 29, 2022
EdSource's Best of 2022: California's reading dilemma
In the past year, EdSource has taken a deep dive into the complex debate about how to solve California’s literacy crisis.
December 28, 2022
CSU's Title IX Reckoning
The resignation of Joseph I. Castro as CSU chancellor over his mishandling of a Title IX sexual harassment case involving an administrator when he was president of Fresno State has put a spotlight on how the 23-campus system handles sexual and gender misconduct complaints from students and staff.
December 5, 2022
Rafael expected he would go to a university — the system never did
Rafael's parents urged him to make a different life for himself than they lived as farm workers in the Central Valley. He overcame many odds and got himself accepted to a university only to find yet another challenge.
October 3, 2022
Finishing in Four Years
Finishing college on time lowers tuition and living costs, reduces debt and prepares students for job demands. This series examines strategies that helped two campuses to make significant progress in improving their 4-year graduations rates.
May 5, 2022
Class of 2022
For the first time in two decades, California’s K-12 enrollment dropped under 6 million students, a sure sign that many students did not return after the pandemic. But within the state, there was movement: sharp enrollment declines in coastal counties and sharp increases inland. This reporting series from EdSource looks at the changes and trends in California public school enrollment.