Heather Calomese talks to EdSource about distance learning, social justice and the future of special education.
The revision stresses inclusion but keeps focus on four ethnic/racial groups: African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans and Native Americans.
Schools should work with nonprofits and government agencies to pay for expanded services, panelists say.
As districts disband or reform their police units, policymakers consider how to improve campus safety statewide.
State guidance offers recommendations, but school districts will decide conditions and safety measures for reopening campuses.
The superintendent of public instruction announced he is launching a training initiative to help end systematic racism in schools.
It’s time to address racism and implicit bias in education and its impact on black and brown students, the Superintendent of Public Instruction said.
This current crisis must be more than a teachable moment; it must lead to real change, education leaders say.
Distance learning expected to continue next year as districts move to a hybrid online and in-person instruction model.
The L.A. County Office of Education released a 43-page framework that is meant to serve as a guide to 80 districts for reopening schools.
State hosts first panel for students to talk about their concerns about online classes and their mental health.
California schools will not be able to reopen safely unless they receive additional federal dollars, said California schools chief Tony Thurmond.
LA Unified schools is planning to offer virtual summer school to all students to make up for lost learning as the district officially ends in-person instruction for this school year and offers online learning.
In a flurry of actions and decisions, California OKs pass/fail grades and commits to delivering internet to 100,000 families.
It’s unclear whether the California Department of Education plans to issue guidance on issues such as how long a school day should be and whether the content should be enrichment or course completion.