Brown signed nine out of 10 bills sent to him by the State Legislature by the Sunday night deadline.
What also happened to California proposals for charter schools, fiscal transparency, longer teacher probation — and more.
A suicide cluster in Clovis Unified has fast-tracked district efforts to do more to address students' mental health.
Gov. Jerry Brown has his own idea, using $11 million in federal funding.
The bill would require a committee of educators, librarians and media experts to create guidelines for teachers.
California and Washington appear in sync on at least one issue: local control of schools.
California would be first state to exempt income taxes for teachers. The income tax bill joins others bills aimed at easing state's teacher shortage.
Teachers, administrators and parents object to DeVos’ positions promoting charter schools and vouchers.
A new law bans the use of "Redskins" as a mascot at California high schools, but allows schools to continue to use logos of American Indians and for students to dress up in American Indian costumes.
Supporters of new funding for teacher recruitment programs said they're disappointed in Gov. Jerry Brown's initial state budget proposal.
School choice bills die; computer science, ethnic studies are pushed forward.
California must change childcare and after-school eligibility rules or face penalties.
UC is being asked to increase the number of California students it enrolls.