The resignation of Joseph I. Castro as CSU chancellor over his mishandling of a Title IX sexual harassment case involving an administrator when he was president of Fresno State has put a spotlight on how the 23-campus system handles sexual and gender misconduct complaints from students and staff.
For the first time in two decades, California’s K-12 enrollment dropped under 6 million students, a sure sign that many students did not return after the pandemic. But within the state, there was movement: sharp enrollment declines in coastal counties and sharp increases inland. This reporting series from EdSource looks at the changes and trends in California public school enrollment.
This EdSource special investigation examines the predicament of part-time adjunct professors in California's Community Colleges. Numbering nearly 37,000, these professors often work without benefits and are forced to shuttle from campus to campus to make ends meet.