At issue is whether special ed students need to comply with the new vaccination law.
Students learn science with binoculars and a note pad.
School districts are supposed to spend $400 million a year on those services.
The state seeks to include students with disabilities in funding for high-needs students.
The judge is allowing parent objections, but it's unclear if those will block the release of data.
The letter was sent after a 9-year-old was slapped by a teacher's aide.
The state investigates allegations of abuse at Antioch special education school.
The new vaccination law lacks clarity about whether special education students must be immunized.
Teacher preparation programs will have new curriculum by 2017-18, the state says.
Schools will be required to assess struggling readers specifically for dyslexia.
Some parents believed those students would be exempt.
The Medi-Cal reimbursement program brings millions in federal funds to schools.
The state suspends certification for two Tobinworld schools.
State is told to provide scores for students with severe cognitive disabilities.
The changes are part of a legal settlement in a class-action lawsuit.