EdSource's Teachers Advisory Committee reflects on in-person instruction and their view of students and teaching.
Teachers pushed through difficult days to find solutions that kept kids learning during an upended school year. Some changes may stick.
The state aims to provide up to 75,000 vaccine access codes per week, according to new guidance.
If you are a teacher, when you get a Covid-19 vaccine depends greatly on where you work and how much vaccine that county has on hand.
Teachers, school staff and child care workers are among those who could begin getting vaccinations as early as this week in some parts of the state.
Some parents and researchers want longer class periods for their kids in distance learning, while others worry about excessive screen time and ineffective use of learning time.
Almost two-thirds of voters don't want their children to return to school now because of concerns about the coronavirus, according to a poll commissioned by the CTA
Protests are emerging in districts where teachers are required to conduct distance learning from their physical classrooms.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, district officials had to find a new way to recruit and hire teacher candidates.
Instead of decorations, gifts and luncheons, Teacher Appreciation Week is a little simpler this year.
California teachers have had to be creative to keep students learning after campuses shut down in March.
California State Sen. Connie Leyva is moving to repeal a 40-year-old law requiring public school teachers on extended sick leave to pay for their own substitute teachers.
A poll by the journal Education Next finds most people favor more federal spending on education and free college tuition.
Under the California Education Code, teachers on extended medical leave pay for the substitutes replacing them. The cost is deducted from their paychecks.
The goal would be to boost salaries of every teacher who is paid less than workers in other professions with comparable credentials and experience in their respective states.