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Report says district focus on community engagement is vital for successful implementation.
President Trump suggests that federal guidelines put forward by the Obama administration encouraging alternatives to suspension and expulsion somehow contributed to the Parkland school massacre.
The State Board of Education should approve the revised Every Student Succeeds Act state plan without delay.
Proposed cuts to federal program would be catastrophic for local after-school partnerships.
High school students from Parkland FL are speaking out eloquently and powerfully in favor of gun regulation, in a way elementary school students from Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, CT, were not able to do because they were too young
School safety plans only go so far to protect students and staff.
Failure of districts to update A-G course lists can result in students being denied admission to UC/CSU despite meeting requirements.
Legislature has until July 1 to extend ban on suspending students for willful defiance of school authorities, a category that is used too often to punish students for minor infractions
Equity advocates give California an incomplete grade on its new accountability system.
Districts seek to narrow achievement gaps, especially at the middle-school level.
Our society should celebrate and respect male teachers in the same way we idolize sports figures and celebrities.
Instructional coaching, peer feedback, and strategic use of technology can help administrators build an ecosystem of support that keeps high-achieving teachers in the classroom.
California still has work to do to make new indicator of school attendance more meaningful.
Parents are both capable of understanding multiple data points and eager to know more about their school’s successes and challenges.
In particular, says Carl Cohn, there is a "moral imperative" for California to take on the challenge of more effectively serving students with disabilities