Voluntary guidance for math instruction faces criticism from parents saying it stunts potential for students in advanced math pathways.
The lawsuit argues top education officials must monitor districts to see that billions in Covid relief address students' pressing needs.
To assess students during distance learning, teachers are relying on informal check-ins, open notes and webcams to monitor a student’s behavior.
School districts argue budget cuts warrant spending flexibility; equity advocates argue high-needs students need resources they're entitled to.
Education Trust-West, the survey's sponsor, sees evidence that months-long school closures will compound challenges facing low-income students.
State education officials are calling on more companies and individuals to donate laptops and WiFi hotspots for students.
Test scores are only one measure of a student, but they can be used to dispel stereotypes and promote higher achievement, superintendent says.
For years the need for trained and qualified teachers has been growing in schools across California, especially in math and science.
The solution for schools isn't as simple as passing a new tax, researcher says.
Report finds those students lose substantially more instruction time due to discipline than their white counterparts.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has issued requests for proposals focused on collaborative, locally based efforts to improve outcomes for black, Latino and low-income students in middle and high schools.
The study showed a significant increase in math performance, especially among low-income high school students.
Equity advocates give California an incomplete grade on its new accountability system.
USC professor Shaun Harper will lead a national survey that seeks to explore what college students think about their experiences about race, gender and other factors.
An Education Trust-West study found wide achievement gaps, even though Latino students make up a majority of students.