State Board of Education President Linda Darling-Hammond and State Superintendent Tony Thurmond join those calling for a major revision.
The school board will look into exactly how it will conceal the mural, but proponents of keeping the mural open to public view say they will now consider what options they have to do so.
Studies show that freshman year can be one of the most critical years in a student's academic journey.
There is some evidence that California immigrant families are already disenrolling their children from public benefit programs, even though they are still eligible.
Increasing financial aid for California college students among 21 new proposals
The materials are not on the state’s list of approved science programs, which many districts will turn to as they begin their curriculum adoption process.
Legislation could increase teacher pay at subsidized centers serving low-income children.
Before the end of September, the Legislature will decide on bills that could significantly affect K-12 schools; here's what some of them are.
A new study overcomes challenges from a lack of transparency to compare schools' spending under the Local Control Funding Formula.
California's size and diversity make universal preschool or extended paid leave a feat in some ways comparable to a national effort.
When school opened in 2018, charter and private schools reported lower vaccination rates than traditional public schools.
Health experts recommend that at least 95% of kindergartners at a school be up-to-date with required vaccinations. View vaccination rates at California schools for 2018-19 with EdSource's interactive map.
With eight weeks to go before the start of classes, Calbright College faces questions on whether it will be ready.
Its new president says it plans to launch online and job training for 400 students.
DonorsChoose.org matches donors, foundations and businesses to teachers throughout the country to provide supplies and other needed resources.
Families who would no longer qualify for food stamps under a new proposed rule will also lose their automatic eligibility for free or reduced-price school meals.