AB 1645 requires community colleges and California State University campuses to have designated liaisons for undocumented students.
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would have given California teachers at least six weeks of fully paid maternity leave.
Here are a half-dozen K-12 and early education bills that the governor vetoed or signed on the last day crunch — and why.
Gov. Newsom signed the bill delaying start times for teenagers against the opposition of school groups that said districts know best how to set schedules.
Increasing the number of teachers of color in California classrooms is a top priority for California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond.
Readers can access results for California’s Smarter Balanced tests taken by students in the spring in nearly 10,000 school statewide.
Average scores have been rising in English language arts, but dropping in math as students progress through middle and high school — a cause for worry.
Push to kill single rating for schools wins support of a key committee. LAUSD board will vote on it on Nov. 5.
Dozens of districts across the state have adopted policies and resolutions targeting climate change.
Higher ed to get $6 billion and K-12 schools $9 billion, with most dollars earmarked for renovations; low-wealth, low-income districts would be favored.
A UC faculty group is studying whether to drop SAT and ACT, overhaul them or substitute other tests as application requirements.
New laws also ease dual-enrollment for adults and high schoolers.
Gov. Newsom, key legislators and charter school advocates and skeptics pledged to build on the collaboration that made compromise possible.
For the first time, school districts will be able to consider a proposed charter school’s financial impact.
The classes are part of a state program to help children in foster care find and enroll in child care programs.