This spotlight highlights teachers' thoughts about various aspects of reopening schools, including how Covid funds were spent and how the reopening plan, in general, is working out at their schools.
California teachers have witnessed massive disruption and responded to the challenges of Covid. This spotlight highlights their thoughts about the return to in-person classes after months of distance learning.
Almost 35,000 California families filed a private school affidavit to home-school their children during the 2020-21 school year — more than double the number filed before the pandemic.
California teachers have witnessed massive disruption and responded to the challenges of Covid. Now they have a year’s worth of observations and insights to share with their colleagues.
Survey responses to 25 questions offer a comprehensive look at distance learning through a teacher’s lens.
With distance learning struggles, it’s likely children might need to play catch-up this summer before heading into 1st grade in the fall.
California school districts have plenty of money for robust summer school programs this year, but teachers may just be too tired to sign up.
The requirements could affect more than 1 million students and staff, but will only take effect if the FDA gives full approval to a vaccine.
L.A. Unified Superintendent Austin Beutner announced that he will not seek to renew his contract with the district once it ends in June.
The small district in Southern California’s high desert is among the latest where all students can attend classes in person, five days each week.
Children may soon be eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations, potentially helping California schools to fully reopen for in-person instruction.
Teachers share their messages for policymakers, education leaders and the public.
Teachers discuss whether their experiences of teaching during the pandemic has caused them to consider changing careers.