This week, we look at how one district uses robotics to help speed up and deepen learning for long-term English learners.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet the needs of students most impacted by the pandemic.
The organization has made changes from adding posters of Black role models to classroom walls to removing police officers from schools.
Thousands of special education students are in limbo, because they can’t enroll in independent study, but have health risks that prevent them from attending in person.
Anaya Zenad and her peers changed their middle school name to Betty Reid Soskin, to honor the oldest National Park ranger and a local civil rights icon.
Could juvenile detention facilities look more like college campuses, with the same opportunities provided?
Host Zaidee Stavely discusses the hopes and challenges posed by this enormous expansion, with reporter Karen D’Souza.
As California school districts face a severe substitute shortage, some district staff are playing musical chairs to fill positions.
Three siblings have to put their college plans on hold after their stepdad took steps to get a green card – only to be separated from his family for more than two years.
A school bus driver started giving away books on her bus and realized that lots of kids didn’t have books at home. She shares how she joined up with Dolly Parton to bring more books to kids.