College and career readiness is a primary goal of all the major reforms in place in California. But how to ensure that every high school graduate leaves high school with academic and other skills they will need to succeed in a postsecondary world? Many school districts don’t even have a clear definition of what college and career readiness means. EdSource casts light on successful college and career preparation strategies — as well as on obstacles students face at both a pre-K-12 and postsecondary level.
College Board says students who couldn’t submit exams must retake them in June. Students instead want their original responses to be graded.
Decisions would be made in the months ahead. If they reopen, campuses would at first require face coverings, limit class sizes, ban audiences at sports events.
Still many uncertainties about when and how students will return to school.
The new college’s funding should go to other schools, legislators say. Defenders insist the school will help the newly unemployed retrain.
Instead of fixating on grievances against the new regulations, it is time to direct energy toward improving their application.
With creativity and flair, first ceremonies were held on Friday and Saturday, with many more in the weeks ahead.
UC, CSU and community colleges face significant declines in state funding, prompting fears of tuition hikes and program cuts. Federal funds might ease the pain.
White's action at the nation's largest system of four-year universities may start a trend across the country. Some CSU campuses may offer more in-person classes than others.
Oakland Unified school board temporarily waives its 2.0 GPA and senior project grad requirements during emergencies such as school closures.
Instead of baleful predictions, let's focus on the changes that should come about.
Chancellor Tim White said it will be necessary for classes to continue being held virtually because of "evolving data" on the coronavirus.
A federal suit filed in California claims that federal eligibility rules arbitrarily excluded as many as 800,000 community college students from receiving federal coronavirus assistance.
UC's Napolitano plan conflicts in part with faculty position and could be very influential nationally. UC regents are to vote on the issue next week.
Problems with visas, money and travel may block international students’ return. Colleges fear the lost revenue will reduce academic programs and staffing.
Testing starts with 5,000 on-campus students and later expands to 65,000 people. Students who test positive for the virus will be offered isolated dorm rooms with meals.