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.
A rundown of the governor’s decisions on some of the most-watched education legislation that crossed his desk this year.
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
Some California State Board of Education members questioned Rocketship's capacity to expand, citing concerns about finances and educational programs.
Tony Thurmond and Marshall Tuck said they support transparency and accountability for charters.
The slowdown could increase competition among parents and students to get into the most sought-after charter schools.
Summit charter schools' teacher residency program is the first to focus on personalized learning.
With help from Facebook, an online learning platform helps personalize instruction and allows students to progress at their own pace.
Ref Rodriguez's resignation ends the charter-backed majority on the Los Angeles Unified school board. Replacement plans are uncertain.
California Department of Education official calls state's charter school laws outdated and says they are in need of revision.
The candidates differ on how they would work toward their goals to improve education in California.
The association also endorses Marshall Tuck for superintendent of public instruction.
Matthew Duffy said his primary goals are raising student achievement and reducing teacher turnover.
The state charter schools division advises the state board on charter school issues and provides grants to schools.
Ford helped pass the "parent trigger" law that enables parents to remove leaders of underachieving schools.