School officials are struggling to keep schools open amid Covid outbreaks and staffing shortages. Conflicting messages from California state officials are making it even more difficult.
A Sacramento organization is suing the state, alleging officials knew about discriminatory disciplinary practices for years and did nothing.
School superintendents, already dealing with severe staff shortages, are concerned that testing and vaccine mandates could make matters worse.
Districts signed agreements before reopening campuses that included everything from retroactive raises and bonuses to ongoing salary increases.
More than 2,000 bus drivers, clerks, custodians and teacher aides are earning bachelor’s degrees and teaching credentials.
California teachers struggle to pay the rent as rising costs outpace their pay. The divide is sharpest for starting teachers in coastal regions like the Bay Area. Here are some of their stories.
The project aims to build students' language skills in all classes.