The lawsuit by Public Counsel said that for-fee courses offered by district-affiliated foundations violate students' constitutional right to a free education.
Fewer suspensions, more counseling for students should be the focus for schools, state advises in new discipline guidelines.
The lawsuit argues top education officials must monitor districts to see that billions in Covid relief address students' pressing needs.
An attorney suing the state explains why distance learning is violating Black and Latino students' constitutional rights; departing CSU Chancellor Tim White looks back and ahead.
Some districts had cut back on services for disabled students out of fear of lawsuits over equity.
Funds will be shared by 75 elementary schools with the lowest reading scores.
The lawsuit demands that the state improve reading and writing instruction in schools serving low-income students of color.
A judge’s ruling in a case brought on behalf of schoolchildren in a Grand Canyon reservation could impact whether school districts are required to provide disability services to students impacted by trauma and adversity.
The final report comes amid suggestions that the administration of Donald Trump will be less aggressive about enforcing civil rights laws in schools and colleges.
District officials say they have responded to concerns about discipline.
The one-time funding supports multi-tiered approaches to discipline.
The one-day training is seen as the first step in dealing with chronic trauma.
A final decision is expected in May.
Few districts have addressed suspension and expulsion rates, report finds.