More high school students across California are participating in dual enrollment, but access is not evenly distributed.
Independent study is now the only option for quarantined students; superintendents warn the regulations are too constraining.
Ceremonies will be outside, probably in shifts, on a sports field with bleachers, or like Fresno and Natomas, in a big pavilion and minor league ballpark.
When the pandemic hit, many students who recently immigrated to the U.S. were not attending online classes regularly.
Views are split on whether a $2 billion plan to coax schools to reopen will work. Fresno Supt. Bob Nelson says yes to an extent. A Carlsbad activist says it'll fall flat.
Without school nurses, it will be teachers and other school staff who will decide if a sniffle is a symptom of Covid-19 or just hay fever.
Fresno Supt. Bob Nelson explains urban districts' opposition to Gov. Newsom's reopening plan while Dr. Jeanne Noble of UCSF says it's safe to return to schools by Feb. 1
With most instruction now remote and with less class time, students don’t spend as much time exposed to their new language.
Some parents are also opting for preschool because a more familiar environment offers comfort during the pandemic.
Complicated, ever-shifting set of unique factors will affect school reopening plans.
Carl Cohn talks with Fresno Unified School District superintendent Bob Nelson about the unique challenges facing the district as fall approaches.
Fresno Unified's superintendent sizes up the new state budget; departing UC President Napolitano discusses reopening campuses and repealing Prop. 209.
Researchers found 61 of 100 districts nationwide plan to offer summer school, but many are not expanding programs or trying new things.
California’s CORE districts have the option of publishing growth data. Los Angeles will join Fresno, Long Beach and Oakland in doing so.
Nationwide scores on NAEP stalled for a decade in 4th and 8th grade while California's slowly rose – latest dip in 8th grade reading notwithstanding