Judge Katherine Lucero is leading California’s massive transformation of its juvenile justice system by June 2023. In this Q&A, Lucero provides insight into how she plans to lead the shift.
After lawmakers unanimously approved a bill to save UC Berkeley from enrollment cuts this fall, it was quickly signed by Newsom on Monday.
Lawmakers want the University of California to add 7,000 new students this fall, but UC has indicated it will only add 2,000 more students compared with last fall.
The California Supreme Court upheld an order that UC Berkeley cut enrollment by 3,000, but the Legislature may soon negate the ruling.
Most school districts plan to follow the state’s recommendation and “strongly recommend” masks after March 12, although they will not require them.
California is recommending masking in schools instead of requiring it after March 11, according to updated health guidance released by the state.
Students, teachers and parents vow to fight the closures, rally state to forgive Oakland Unified's debt
The Legislative Analyst's Office says California Gov. Gavin Newsom sidestepped lawmakers with his January higher education budget proposal.
Nearly $30 million is already allocated or proposed for dyslexia research and screening for young California students in an effort advocates say is long overdue.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s May revision of the 2021-22 budget.
Leaders representing all segments of California's education system share their reactions to the governor’s proposed 2022-23 budget for the state's K-12 public schools.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.
Newsom projects $24 billion in new spending on K-12 education; he'd speed up plans for a longer day for low-income kids and add nearly $1 billion for arts and music.
California school districts are reducing the number of credits needed to graduate, changing school schedules and adding tutoring to help seniors earn their diplomas.
California Assemblyman Jose Medina sat down with EdSource to reflect on his years as Higher Education Committee chairman and outline his priorities for his last year in office.