An attorney suing the state explains why distance learning is violating Black and Latino students' constitutional rights; departing CSU Chancellor Tim White looks back and ahead.
The impact from school closures last spring proved worrisome but not as dire as projected by the assessment organization NWEA.
As California faces another coronavirus surge, scientists and museum guides are taking to Zoom to meet students at home.
Suspending students when they're not attending class in person can be a complicated process.
Keeping students active is crucial for their mental and physical health — especially now, teachers say.
The State Board of Education will vote this week on whether to shorten the state’s annual standardized tests in math and English language arts.
L.A. Unified’ next school board will guide the district through the pandemic and influence the future of charter schools in Los Angeles.
To assess students during distance learning, teachers are relying on informal check-ins, open notes and webcams to monitor a student’s behavior.
Some parents and researchers want longer class periods for their kids in distance learning, while others worry about excessive screen time and ineffective use of learning time.
Spanish-language resources help parents understand how to navigate distance learning.
Heather Calomese talks to EdSource about distance learning, social justice and the future of special education.
Get quick answers to some of the most common questions as schools and colleges start the new school year.
We explore: Should teachers require kids to keep Zoom cameras on? Also, two county superintendents on opposite ends of the Covid watch list.
During this crisis, schools and teachers should focus on keeping students engaged and learning.
Conflicting direction from the state added to confusion over whether schools could continue in-person instruction in Mendocino County.