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Many of the 136 veteran California teachers surveyed found hybrid learning was enervating, and districts didn't seek advice on reopening.
English learners who did not connect, or connected minimally, during this year of distance learning need a renewed commitment that school will be a place full of rich language, wonderment and engagement in literacy and learning.
California school districts are planning for summer school and for a full return to campuses in the fall, according to data released by the state.
Parents and education advocacy groups are urging Gov. Gavin Newsom to extend distance learning provisions for the upcoming school year.
The pandemic galvanized parents to become advocates for their children. They must lean in to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to redefine what education reform means in California.
Some school districts were forced to pause their expansion plans for new dual language immersion programs due to the pandemic.
California school districts are offering robust summer school programs with an emphasis on fun to help reconnect students to their schools.
With distance learning struggles, it’s likely children might need to play catch-up this summer before heading into 1st grade in the fall.
U.S. and California health officials recently expanded emergency authorization for the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines for anyone ages 12 and up.
For students at West High in Tracy — a community hit hard by Covid-19 — it was a chance to experience school spirit, if only for one night.
With unprecedented billions of dollars, advocacy groups want details on how funding will help students targeted for extra assistance.
California school districts have plenty of money for robust summer school programs this year, but teachers may just be too tired to sign up.
The vast majority of rural California students now have access to computers at home, but thousands still can't connect to the internet.
Surveying their peers provided high school students with unique insights on the effects of the pandemic.
The forecast is mixed for special education students. Many will be behind academically, but some thrived with distance learning.