A series of activities designed to teach math concepts inspired by children’s books is being piloted as part of a statewide early math initiative.
Lawsuits challenge freshman admissions process for the University of California which requires students to take the SAT or ACT standardized test
A coalition organized by Children Now wants the governor to negotiate with Prop. 13 reformers for one tax initiative on the November ballot.
Stanford historians, researchers create curriculum for students to evaluate digital information.
Only about a third of California households in rural areas are subscribed to internet service, compared with 78 percent in urban areas.
To avoid competing tax initiatives benefiting education on the same statewide ballot, it eyes 2022 instead.
California’s CORE districts have the option of publishing growth data. Los Angeles will join Fresno, Long Beach and Oakland in doing so.
Foster students miss the most school days of any group of students in the state.
U.S. math scores have not budged significantly since 2003 on the worldwide assessment.
California schools must do a better job of counting and providing services to homeless students, audit says.
Nine district parents and teachers say police injured them during an Oct. 23 board meeting where they were protesting school closures.
UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ makes strongest remarks yet against the use of college admissions tests at Berkeley as university awaits faculty report on the issue.
Parents and family child care providers are among the experts who will guide California’s efforts to expand and improve early childhood education in the state.
Uncredentialed teachers are concentrated where students struggle academically; the State Board may soon have data to support a teacher equity index.
The district measure will appear on the March ballot with a statewide construction bond measure that could provide matching funds to many districts.