The amended bill proposing longer probationary period clears the Assembly by a big margin but key provisions are left out.
Through a community partnership, science specialists at the Lawrence Hall of Science are bringing free, play-based science lessons to playgroups for low-income families across the Bay Area.
Learning Policy Institute research shows student achievement improves at schools that offer on-campus social services.
Stockton Unified spent nearly $3 million on school policing from state money targeted for low-income, English learner and foster youth students, the ACLU found in a data analysis.
The Learning Policy Institute recommends teachers' professional development programs focus tightly on classroom subjects, allow for collaboration and provide lots of coaching.
School boards hope that superintendents with ties to their districts will reduce the churn in leadership.
Search school information in the CA Schools app from the California Department of Education.
Nonprofit organizations like Save the Frogs are helping schools implement California's new science standards.
A suicide cluster in Clovis Unified has fast-tracked district efforts to do more to address students' mental health.
The state's fourth-largest school district is among the leaders in finding creative ways to staff classrooms.
Gov. Jerry Brown has his own idea, using $11 million in federal funding.
Despite the prevalence of childhood trauma, few early education programs are prepared to help the more than 35 million children in the country who have experienced trauma, researchers say.
After 20 years on the job, a fiscal analyst begins a new career as a high school teacher.
Statewide efforts to increase the number of math and science teachers have had some impact.
Former engineer makes the transition to high school teacher.