Get quick answers to common questions about California colleges and universities are responding to the pandemic and how students can access aid and support.
Cal/OSHA emergency regulations went into effect Nov. 30 for all employers. School officials argue compliance will be burdensome.
Special education, homeless and foster students are priority groups that can return in separate cohorts with up to 14 children and two adults.
Massive wildfires have become an annual event in California, and they are the first test of how schools can handle a crisis while distance learning.
Parents are skeptical that distance learning will ever work for children with disabilities.
Forthcoming guidance permitting limited openings will apply to districts in counties on the coronavirus watch list, where schools are shut down.
The governor wants to reimagine the state’s Broadband Council and ramp up efforts to connect all students to technology during distance learning.
EdSource reporters and readers met Wednesday in a virtual town hall to discuss what education will look like this fall in California.
Some California students may find themselves in child care in the very classrooms they are barred from entering for in-person instruction.
At least 100,000 tablets with internet included will be ready for districts in time for the new school year, state officials said.
School districts, charter and private schools would have to meet safety requirements. Counties could limit the number of approvals.
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.