The state’s first online community college has encountered difficulties, including opposition from faculty at other community colleges.
Research shows later start times improve academic performance, but many in education community opposed being required to start later.
Butte County’s Oroville City Elementary School District, which has a suspension rate that is three times the statewide average, is being investigated by the state Bureau of Children's Justice.
Michael Kirst has helped lead the state through significant education reforms.
Brown has been remarkably consistent on key education issues throughout his governorship.
Education leaders weigh in on Gov. Brown's most important accomplishments for education and where they hope Gavin Newsom will focus his efforts.
Local control and funding reform are key elements of Brown's reform agenda.
About half as many students were sent home for disciplinary reasons during the 2017-18 school year as had been at the beginning of the decade.
Officials have identified three elementary schools that will take Paradise Unified students displaced by the deadly Camp Fire and are close to securing a site for middle and high schoolers.
School officials throughout Butte County are working furiously to find classrooms for children who lost their schools in the Camp Fire, while also worrying about the emotional impact of the losses on students and teachers.
While overall scores rose, only 48 percent of California students did well enough on the SAT to be considered fully college ready. Ethnic disparities remain as well.
Organizers are attempting to reverse the historically low turnout among young voters.
The money will go toward developing courses for workers to advance to supervisors in the retail and service industries.
A rundown of the governor’s decisions on some of the most-watched education legislation that crossed his desk this year.
Child care centers will be required to test their drinking water for lead under a new law that builds on a similar requirement for K-12 schools.