Despite efforts to limit remedial classes in California, many colleges are still offering them. What would it take to eliminate these courses?
Students from low-income families are more likely to have uncredentialed teachers than students from wealthier households.
On the one-year anniversary of Education Beat, we take a moment to look back at the year’s episodes.
High schoolers in Oakland and Berkeley helped get measures passed to give 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote in school board elections. Now they wonder why the measures still haven’t been implemented.
A teacher at one child development center shares how she uses math concepts all day, even during a diaper change.
Students learn to interview and write articles, and they get a boost in confidence, crucial for participating fully in class.
Lodi Unified spent a chunk of its federal Covid relief funds to send students to a two-week summer camp at a local university.
One California State University campus will begin sending mental health professionals to respond to crisis calls, instead of only police.
A new analysis concludes that Prop 13 contributed to a widening wealth gap and – for decades – inadequate funding for public schools.
Many parents haven’t found tutoring options at their children’s schools.