Experiences during the pandemic provide the knowledge to start building the kind of inclusive, high-quality online instruction that faculty can really get behind.
California community college adjuncts who helped the system switch to online classes during the pandemic are getting differing amounts of federal Covid aid for the extra work.
An academic year of distance learning has left many graduating seniors with gaps in their learning. Colleges are preparing to help with tutoring, summer brush-up and empathetic faculty.
Many districts will open with online instruction but hope to bring more students back later in the fall depending on health conditions.
All nine University of California campuses have announced plans for instruction this fall.
College Board says students who couldn’t submit exams must retake them in June. Students instead want their original responses to be graded.
The new college’s funding should go to other schools, legislators say. Defenders insist the school will help the newly unemployed retrain.
Instead of baleful predictions, let's focus on the changes that should come about.
Some have already launched online learning, while others are still in the planning phase.
Schools and teachers must focus on creative, workable solutions to provide their students with education during school closures.
Colleges and universities are cancelling in-person classes across the state.
Heather Hiles suddenly resigned this week after less than one year on the job.
California's newest community college, aimed at helping "stranded workers" get needed job skills, enrolled its first students in October but now is seeing the departure of its president.
Calbright, California's new online community college, enrolled hundreds of students on its first day. Its enrollment goal is 400.
California’s new online college opens to non-traditional students.