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The end of the state's Covid-19 state of emergency this month effectively ends plans to require kids to be vaccinated against the virus.
Substitute teachers became harder to find after the Covid-19 pandemic closed classrooms, but higher pay and fewer requirements are making the job more attractive.
Life after high school has its challenges for the Class of 2022. There's embracing independence and facing what Covid cost them.
Political divide in country has meant less classroom instruction on race and racism, more harassment of LGBTQ youth, according to nationwide survey of principals.
Community gardens on college campuses give students access to nature and an opportunity to tend to — and be nurtured by — the outdoors.
My children, who were in 4th and 9th grade when the world shut down in March 2020, lost some ground over the last two years in key academic areas. How could they not?
Instead of long, arduous training about content they are already experts in, schools should offer training that is engaging and focused on content enrichment.
As unprecedented funding flows into education across the country, administrators must improve communication and coordination to ensure it makes a real difference for students.
State Public Health Officer Dr. Tomás Aragón rescinded a public health order requiring that all school employees show proof of vaccination or be tested at least weekly. The new policy is effective Sept. 17.
The pandemic further derailed science education and the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards in many California schools.
The latest push for phonics-based instruction follows decades of debate on how to teach reading.
California's school year will begin with fewer Covid protocols, universal transitional kindergarten, more afterschool programs and community schools, and later start times for older students.
Research shows students in elementary school are further along on the road to learning recovery than middle school students, but both groups are several years away from a full academic recovery.
Few districts are tightening up masking and other restrictions that were in place at the start of the year, even for large gatherings like graduations and proms.
Amidst all the bad news about how the pandemic has affected children, teachers are seeing surprising positive changes in their students as well.