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Multi-tiered system of support helps educators solve problems before they become problems.
Trump's comments that he "loves" DACA recipient seem at odds with push to repeal the program giving them relief from deportation along with permission to work in the United States
Plan ensures maximum flexibility for California to continue its ground-breaking educational reforms.
State can support schools and districts without shame and blame while also showing clearly how students are doing.
California's ESSA plan meets the federal government’s requirements while affirming the state's commitment to local control that allows teachers, principals and superintendents to meet the needs of our diverse students.
Can Congress channel the spirit that prevailed in Washington on Sept. 6, 2001, when Mexican President Vicente Fox addressed a joint session of Congress?
While your child’s teacher certainly matters, parents should care at least as much about the whole team their child’s teacher is working with, including the principal.
President should keep DACA in place until Congress has a chance to enact the bipartisan Dream Act.
Educators in California's rural schools face challenges that are different but just as daunting as those of their urban counterparts.
Teachers can respond to students' concerns by encouraging discussion.
California scored above the national average in reporting of college and career readiness data but there is still work to be done.
Far more students are now eligible to enroll at UC and CSU, without a parallel increase in the universities' ability to admit more students.
Despite recent changes at the college level, more needs to be done in K-12 schools.
The Vision for Success plan adopted by the college system's board of governors lays out a pathway to support students.
Teacher shortage limits districts' ability to expand bilingual offerings.