Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s May revision of the 2021-22 budget.
Children Now's annual survey provides a comprehensive look at how youth have fared after nearly two years of the pandemic.
The EdSource roundtable included policymakers, researchers, advocates and a transitional kindergarten teacher, who discussed the expansion of TK.
Do not be lulled into the mistaken idea that schools have been protected from cuts by the state budget solutions adopted last month.
California lawmakers introduced distance learning provisions around instructional time, attendance and connecting with parents.
California is doing a better job serving children in some areas, but received an 'F' grade for its school mental health services.
A coalition organized by Children Now wants the governor to negotiate with Prop. 13 reformers for one tax initiative on the November ballot.
After examining three districts' spending, State Auditor Elaine Howle calls for tighter controls over Local Control Funding Formula.
This week: We discuss retiring CSU Chancellor Timothy White's impact and why two competing taxes on the November 2020 ballot would be problematic.
At least 40 percent of California school districts and charter schools have rates of chronic absence in grades K-8 that are high or very high based on new performance measures that will be unveiled next month.
Student advocacy groups and academics are seeking to adopt a model other states use to calculate the impact of students’ test score growth, but state staff urge patience.
Intensive teacher training led to John Muir Elementary seeing a spike in math scores
After-school coding classes, high school tech internships and STEM teacher residencies are among the programs funded in the new state budget.
Tucked inside Gov. Jerry Brown’s May Revision of the state budget is a proposal to extend California's ban on suspensions for “willful defiance” in early elementary grades.
Effectiveness has nothing to do with teachers' impact or performance, as California defines it under the new federal law.