State can support schools and districts without shame and blame while also showing clearly how students are doing.
Is the state's bare-bones response to the Every Student Succeeds Act a shrewd tactic or a missed opportunity?
New state budget includes funding for two significant initiatives to expand K-12 student access to computer science coursework and instruction.
The staff of the State Board of Education will revise the plan for complying with the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.
The coalition believes the new school dashboard minimizes the importance of 11th-grade Smarter Balanced results.
New standards, among the most comprehensive in the nation, focus on human impacts.
The state formed committees to support implementation of the Common Core standards, Next Generation Science Standards and History-Social Science standards.
The Local Control and Accountability Plan's third version may not be a charm but it is an improvement.
But the revised LCAP templates may not end up shorter.
The K–12 computer science framework presents a national consensus on computer science concepts and practices.
Some issues are unresolved, but speakers agreed the board is headed in the right direction.
Education officials want to ensure the indicator measures both areas of study.
The new approach emphasizes experiments and hands-on learning.