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.
The requirements could affect more than 1 million students and staff, but will only take effect if the FDA gives full approval to a vaccine.
Los Angeles Unified, the state's largest district, reopened for in-person learning amid ongoing lawsuits from parents pushing for a full reopening.
Across California, nearly half of all districts with elementary schools have reopened them to in-person or hybrid learning. White students more likely to be attending school in-person.
Education is a sector of our economy that can and should reopen safely with restrictions.
UC San Diego is welcoming students back to campus with mass Covid-19 testing, Bluetooth technology and wastewater testing.
Lucerne Valley Elementary in San Bernardino County was one of the first public schools in the state to get approval to reopen.
Berkeley and Merced are the first University of California campuses to decide they will hold all classes online to start the fall.
Regular temperature checks, physical distancing and even new restrictions on lunch are common as schools have reopened across the globe.
Doctors urge schools to reopen, but some parents are reluctant to put children at risk.
The L.A. County Office of Education released a 43-page framework that is meant to serve as a guide to 80 districts for reopening schools.
Decisions would be made in the months ahead. If they reopen, campuses would at first require face coverings, limit class sizes, ban audiences at sports events.