Independent study is now the only option for quarantined students; superintendents warn the regulations are too constraining.
Some districts will pivot quickly and return to full in-person instruction now; others say they can now start planning for the fall.
Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Phil Ting says school districts’ criticism of a proposed deal shows they want money but no accountability.
A bill that would have shielded districts that follow safety and health precautions from being sued failed to move forward.
The proposed bond on the March 2020 ballot will include money for K-12 districts, including preschool, community colleges, UC and CSU.
Supreme Court reaffirms pension reform law's elimination of one benefit but larger challenge to modify pensions of teachers and other public employees will await a future decision.