The school districts are charged with failing to provide mandated PE instruction.
The Medi-Cal reimbursement program brings millions in federal funds to schools.
The state suspends certification for two Tobinworld schools.
A new guide outlines steps districts can take to improve practices.
Schools accused of denying African-Americans and Latinos access to classes.
A new guide offers advice and explains legal issues.
More than 30,000 schoolchildren in California have gay or lesbian parents.
Some PE teachers object to giving credit for sport outside school supervision.
Proposed law would protect doctors from liability in prescribing epinephrine.
The first-of-its-kind lawsuit uses special education laws to demand trauma services.
PE specialists free up time for classroom teachers.
Support grows for state bill to improve Title IX training.
The least-trained staff often are involved in restraining students.
Four schools in the state currently use the name for their teams or mascots.