This week: Gov. Newsom’s announcement on resuming school in late July surprised everyone; high school seniors faced a dilemma on Decision Day
This week: Consultant Bob Blattner gives his take on dire revenue forecasts; noted high school teacher Larry Ferlazzo shares how he’s staying in touch with students.
This week: We explore the issue of student wellness during a pandemic; and students from Granite Bay High School read excerpts from their journals of life at home, under social isolation.
Nearly half of Kern County’s 47 districts will share a platform letting teachers choose common lessons and activities or create their own.
In a flurry of actions and decisions, California OKs pass/fail grades and commits to delivering internet to 100,000 families.
Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley on how the California Community Colleges have gone online in response to the coronavirus. Plus how Cal State LA’s college newspaper is covering the big story.
With long closures coming, Linda Darling-Hammond promises the state will be a partner; Jill Baker of Long Beach describes her district’s plan for online learning.
As California colleges cancel in-person classes in response to the coronavirus, we explore their readiness to deliver instruction online.
This week: We explore questions as to why Proposition 13 appears likely not to pass; and Orange County Superintendent of Schools Al Mijares discusses how the county is preparing for the coronavirus.
This week: Jeff Vincent, director of the Center for Cities and Schools at UC Berkeley, explains what Prop 13 would do and how the money would be distributed; and Chris Funk, superintendent of East Side Union High School District, lays out the case for teacher housing.