Districts are starting to finalize reopening plans for the coming school year amidst uncertainty.
California’s smallest school districts struggle to pay for supplies, staff and technology needed to reopen schools.
Regular temperature checks, physical distancing and even new restrictions on lunch are common as schools have reopened across the globe.
School districts and the state must be proactive in supporting teachers to prevent burnout and teachers leaving the profession.
State guidance offers recommendations, but school districts will decide conditions and safety measures for reopening campuses.
California colleges and universities are upending their operations to fight the coronavirus, offering online courses, closing dorms and changing their academic calendars. Follow this quick guide for the latest news.
With almost all LA Unified students now connected to online learning, superintendent shares latest details on summer school program.
With schools urged to provide more distance between students, it is ill-advised to crowd more students into merged campuses, advocates say.
President of State Board of Education in California says that schools won't reopen until state meets a complex set of requirements spelled out by Gov. Newsom to ensure student and adult safety.
The summer session will be conducted virtually as LA Unified continues to work to connect all students to online learning.
The biggest challenges are that schools will have to change schedules and the way students gather to ensure that there is adequate physical distancing.
On any given day, one-third of high schoolers in L.A. Unified have not been participating in online classes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gaps in access to technology forces teacher to innovate to reach his students and their parents.
Schools and teachers must focus on creative, workable solutions to provide their students with education during school closures.
EdSource is tracking schools in California that have closed due to the coronavirus.