California's school year will begin with fewer Covid protocols, universal transitional kindergarten, more afterschool programs and community schools, and later start times for older students.
LAUSD and other school districts nationwide are still trying to figure out the whereabouts of children who did not return to school after the pandemic.
Teachers reflect on the impact of the pandemic and distance learning on their students’ academic progress.
Amid the challenges of returning to in-person instruction after the turmoil of the pandemic, teachers find bright spots and offer suggestions for policymakers.
Survey responses from nearly 100 leading teachers offer insights on the challenges and possibilities of teaching and learning after the disruption and trauma of the pandemic.
Lodi Unified sent 240 students to camp - at $3,300 each - at a nearby college for academics, socializing and fun
The arts can be a safe haven for California schoolchildren to face big emotions, experts say, to channel fears and frustrations into acts of creativity.
Shrinking schools are reinventing themselves as LAUSD plans a future with dramatically fewer students.
Many high school students struggled academically during distance learning, but others used the time to double down on academics or to cultivate hobbies and interests.
Roundtable panelists discussed the pros and cons of shifting California schools from an attendance-based funding formula to an enrollment-based formula.
The end of California's mask mandate for schools Monday meant students and school staff no longer have to wear masks to school, but many still did.
Most school districts plan to follow the state’s recommendation and “strongly recommend” masks after March 12, although they will not require them.
Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent, Alberto Carvalho, talks to EdSource about his goals for the district regarding the pandemic, equity, and other issues.
Los Angeles Unified is planning to create up to six new online schools, but some parents remain hesitant about the expansion.
California districts, especially those in conservative areas of the state, are under pressure to allow students to attend school unmasked.