Oakland, Richmond, Capitola and San Joaquin County all have measures on the November ballot to fund early childhood education.
Committees supporting Marshall Tuck and Tony Thurmond have raised $27.4 million, of which nearly $12 million came in in the last three weeks alone.
Whoever wins the lieutenant governor’s race between Ed Hernandez and Eleni Kounalakis will have a seat on the UC and CSU governing boards.
A surge in the pre-registration of 16- and 17-year-olds is an indicator that the youth vote might play a larger role than usual in this year’s mid-term elections.
California's likely next governor has yet to spell out how much implementing his strategy will cost.
With few competitive races on California’s 2018 ballot, the focus of some top donors is shifting to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction race
Tony Thurmond and Marshall Tuck said they support transparency and accountability for charters.
Youth activists are mobilizing students from Bakersfield to Stockton with hopes of making an impact in the age of Trump.
Newsom also pledges, if elected governor, to sign legislation that would require greater transparency in the operations and finances of charter schools.
The likely future governor of California opens a window to the painful world of dyslexia experienced by millions of children and adults.
Both say charter schools shouldn't be the focus of the campaign but big independent donors may think otherwise.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa placed third, despite $23 million from charter school supporters who backed his campaign.
Contributions to independent expenditure committees set up by charter school advocates to back Villaraigosa near $23 million.
Tony Thurmond and Marshall Tuck aren't as far apart as millions spent for and against them would imply.
Advocates challenge the next governor to do more to make college affordable.