Study finds African-American students make up just over 5 percent of California’s public school enrollment, but account for nearly 18 percent of suspensions, with black boys and young men accounting for most of those.
School safety plans only go so far to protect students and staff.
Letters were sent to schools that submitted data claiming perfect attendance, including more than half of San Francisco Unified schools.
Districts focusing on reasons for chronic absenteeism, such as illness, suspensions, transportation and family disruptions.
Community water systems that serve schools will be responsible for testing water.
School leaders share their tips for helping students and staff cope during and after natural disasters.
Commission is studying how to make social, emotional, and academic development "part of the fabric of every school."
Available evidence suggests that legalization for recreational use among adults won't lead to big increases among teens, but more data and research is needed.
One Bay Area school district uses early intervention and outreach to combat chronic absenteeism.
Study group recommends that districts conduct an annual survey of parents, students and teachers on school safety and students' wellbeing.
University of Chicago researchers surveyed 26,000 young people ages 13 to 25 to gauge the extent of homelessness.
Rancho Tehama school shooting is another reminder that more must be done to protect children from gun violence.
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.
The students retained those skills when researchers tracked them months or even years later.