The coronavirus is upending life as we know it for everyone and challenging institutions from pre-school to higher education that serve students to deliver care and instruction. EdSource is committed to riding out this crisis with you to provide accurate, timely and useful information to help you make good choices for yourself and your families.
Newsom considers funding for online learning technology and summer prep for students to return to school in the fall
California colleges and universities are upending their operations to fight the coronavirus, offering online courses, closing dorms and changing their academic calendars. Follow this quick guide for the latest news.
As California families, teachers and administrators embrace distance learning, EdSource provides the latest information on the many changes underway.
Berkeley Unified and Oakland Unified tighten up cyber security after a Berkeley Zoombombing intrusion and Oakland posts access codes online
Education Trust-West, the survey's sponsor, sees evidence that months-long school closures will compound challenges facing low-income students.
Teachers have flexibility under the deal, which outlines how distance learning will continue for the rest of the school year.
Some companies are cancelling summer internships altogether amid the coronavirus pandemic.
State education officials are calling on more companies and individuals to donate laptops and WiFi hotspots for students.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos may recommend special education changes to Congress.
My 2-year-old daughter’s preschool teacher is holding "circle time" online every morning. It's beautiful. It's also heartbreaking.
Distance learning can no longer be seen as a tool that supports the instructional program, it must drive it.
L.A. Unified has made progress connecting with high schoolers during school closures but gaps remain for elementary school students.
Gov. Newsom issued an executive order that makes it easier to provide child care for the children of essential workers.
Essential workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis depend on child care centers to keep their children safe.
Tips, advice, and encouragement were offered at the state's first webinar on special education during school closures.