Teachers, school staff and child care workers are among those who could begin getting vaccinations as early as this week in some parts of the state.
State and federal health officials say prioritizing teachers and school staff will allow schools to reopen sooner for in-person instruction.
Along with more Covid testing of students, the superintendents want the state to set standards covering all aspects of reopening schools.
California teachers searched the Internet and signed up for online workshops from outside organizations when their districts didn’t offer all the training they needed to prepare them to return to distance learning instruction this fall.
The governor said he favors the concept, but disagreements over the content for the course's model curriculum should be resolved first.
Big corporate property owners would pay the bulk of new taxes; opponents claim costs would be borne by small business renters.
Debate swirls over safety and liability as some high-needs students head back to the classroom.
Safety protocols, potential lawsuits, input from parents and teachers are among the factors districts must weigh.
A possible state budget agreement would require a tradeoff of no cuts for K-12 schools in exchange for no layoffs of school employees for one year.
The unexpected announcement from Gov. Gavin Newsom that schools should consider resuming as early as late July was met with immediate pushback.
Membership decline likely tied to the departure of a major CTA affiliate, the California Faculty Association.
The California Teachers Association has named Joe Boyd as its new executive director. The organization represents 310,000 teachers.
The decision by California Faculty Association this spring to end its long-standing relationship with the CTA took place with little public notice
Recently retired, Gail Gregorio will replace CTA veteran Joe Nuñez, who was abruptly let go as executive director last week.
CTA provides no explanation for why it terminated Joe Nuñez after six years as executive director and nearly 25 years as a CTA employee; search for his successor to begin immediately.