Teachers pushed through difficult days to find solutions that kept kids learning during an upended school year. Some changes may stick.
New research from UC Davis offers one of the most comprehensive looks to date at student parents in California’s colleges and universities.
Many families have had drastically different experiences during the pandemic, creating a mix of fear and frustration over prolonged closures.
The program at the Whittier Union High School District aims to “tap into that trust” that parents often share among each other.
State officials should push harder for safety measures that could allow schools to reopen, a newly formed parent group says.
A state-funded program is designing strategies for families to keep kids learning at home even when in-person preschool is canceled.
Weighing the risks and benefits is overwhelming and has left many parents uncertain, especially since school district plans are still fluid.
California lawmakers introduced distance learning provisions around instructional time, attendance and connecting with parents.
At some schools, online parent meetings have been nearly impossible.
With no routine and limited access to services, students and their families are feeling stressed and overwhelmed.
Parents are juggling the responsibility of being their children's teacher with their jobs and other obligations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Many parents have questions about how to take on the role of educating their children during school closures due to the coronavirus pandemic
Colleges offer programs for parents who want to help their children graduate on time.
California’s new science standards emphasize an approach that combines scientific disciplines.
Gov. Newsom said college students who are parents of dependent children deserve a special helping hand. But legislators say they want to aid a wider group of older students.