Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s May revision of the 2021-22 budget.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s revised 2021-22 budget for K-12 education.
Lawmakers would offer $2 billion to bring back elementary school students after April 15; Newsom favors a speedier timetable.
State and federal guidelines are similar in many respects, but California is stricter on when Covid rates permit schools to reopen.
Disagreements over vaccinations and extensive Covid testing appear among issues yet to be resolved for elementary students to return to class.
Head of teachers' union says CTA's guidance are recommendations to local chapters, and that reopening should be a "collaborative process with all stakeholders involved."
Hours after Gov. Newsom said schools could reopen before teachers are vaccinated, five school unions rebut that and other points.
Many parents are calling for a safe and swift return to live in-person instruction as soon as possible.
Gov. Newsom should sit down with union leaders to negotiate a safe statewide reopening of all public schools for in-person instruction.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s early education and K-12 budget proposals.
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.
Amid rampant spread of Covid-19, teacher opposition makes the prospect of a large-scale return of students to campuses less likely anytime soon.
Along with more Covid testing of students, the superintendents want the state to set standards covering all aspects of reopening schools.
Almost two-thirds of voters don't want their children to return to school now because of concerns about the coronavirus, according to a poll commissioned by the CTA