Funding should be based on students' needs, not attendance, to help achieve more equitable academic outcomes, researchers say.
As a candidate, Biden promised full funding of programs that benefit students with disabilities.
Schools can save money by combining services and blending funding, a new special education report says.
As districts disband or reform their police units, policymakers consider how to improve campus safety statewide.
Studies of the Math in Common project offer lessons for other districts and a warning: Steady progress takes a long-term commitment.
Defenders of local control worry time is running out to develop models that work for parents and districts
Torrance Unified has trained nearly all its teachers and introduced Next Generation Science Standards to all 24,000 students
New research finds that a shift to school-based, peer-led teacher training also can raise student achievement.
More than a third of teachers are projected to retire by 2023-24 in 20 mostly smalll counties.
The project aims to build students' language skills in all classes.
California teachers say they're not getting enough quality training and materials.
New law is intended to ensure all qualified students proceed to advanced math.
WestEd's questionnaire asks what they've done and what they need.
Ten California districts are participating in an early implementation initiative.