Life after high school has its challenges for the Class of 2022. There's embracing independence and facing what Covid cost them.
Across California, graduating seniors look forward to moving beyond the high school years that were dominated by Covid.
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.
New housing construction in suburbs around Sacramento have saved some school districts in the region from the belt-tightening that comes with declining student enrollment.
California school districts are using various tactics to attract more teachers, but more remains to be done, a new report finds.
This week, we look at how one district uses robotics to help speed up and deepen learning for long-term English learners.
Thousands of California school staff and students didn’t attend school Monday in protest of a state order requiring students to be vaccinated.
School districts throughout California are preparing to offer services ranging from translation to food to mental health support for Afghan refugees.
California school districts are offering robust summer school programs with an emphasis on fun to help reconnect students to their schools.
California school districts have plenty of money for robust summer school programs this year, but teachers may just be too tired to sign up.
Districts signed agreements before reopening campuses that included everything from retroactive raises and bonuses to ongoing salary increases.
Children may soon be eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations, potentially helping California schools to fully reopen for in-person instruction.
In response to declining immunization rates, school districts are increasing their outreach to parents and offering free clinics.
Surging Covid-19 cases pushed three more counties into the most restrictive tier on the state tracking system, putting plans to reopen school campuses on pause.
California teachers searched the Internet and signed up for online workshops from outside organizations when their districts didn’t offer all the training they needed to prepare them to return to distance learning instruction this fall.