California districts are using increased state and local funding to improve the free school meals offered to all students
California will launch a universal school meals program in the 2022-23 school year, ensuring all students have access to stigma-free food.
One of the best ways to help students improve their academic performance is to nourish their bodies as well as their minds.
A Senate bill that's gaining traction could lead to free school meals for all California K-12 students starting 2022-23.
Over 90 percent of California students are either out of school now or projected to be in the next few days as rural schools also begin to close in larger numbers.
Newsom said he’s not ready to override superintendents in mainly small, rural districts that will remain open.
Here are a half-dozen K-12 and early education bills that the governor vetoed or signed on the last day crunch — and why.
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.
A rundown of the governor’s decisions on some of the most-watched education legislation that crossed his desk this year.
Continued lack of state investment in Child and Adult Care Food Program means fewer child care providers can offer free meals.