A survey of California registered voters also shows strong support for school districts to devote more funds and resources to addressing the needs of the state’s most vulnerable students.
Some LGBT students find themselves accepted by their peers, but not by teachers and administrators at school, said Vinnie Pompei of the Human Rights Campaign, who will speak at the EdSource Symposium in October.
All social-emotional learning, all the time as California moves to start a conversation between after-school and summer programs and their school-day counterparts.
Information about social and emotional learning for parents, teachers, administrators and students.
Will social and emotional learning turn out to be just a fad? Researchers propose strategies to prevent that fate.
The current metric for college and career readiness focuses too heavily on college preparation, critics have said.
Transgender students in California remain protected from discrimination under state law, as state legislators say Trump is no friend of the LGBT community.
The recommendations are part of a push to create measures of school conditions and climate that help districts create change.
Traditional classroom design is still the norm in Silicon Valley schools, especially at the high school level.
Teaching teachers how to develop their own social and emotional skills is the first step to helping students, according to a new report.
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.
School officials, especially in California, are placing increased emphasis on respect for all students and civil discourse.
President Obama established DACA — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — in 2012 through an executive order. With a stroke of a pen when he takes office, Trump can eliminate the program.
A team of 13 educators will lead the development of social and emotional learning guidelines.
Unwanted sexual comments and jokes are against the law at schools, but enforcement has been minimal.