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Under the deal, $2 billion in incentives would require opening up all elementary grades and partially middle and high schools in the “red tier.”
Many families have had drastically different experiences during the pandemic, creating a mix of fear and frustration over prolonged closures.
Teachers surveyed report they’ve relied primarily on their colleagues and themselves to figure out teaching during the pandemic.
The state aims to provide up to 75,000 vaccine access codes per week, according to new guidance.
A complex set of factors dictate how and when districts decide to reopen schools, leading to widely varying schedules.
The state board will consider if districts can use locally selected tests where Smarter Balanced assessments are not feasible.
All but three counties now meet the threshold of having fewer than 25 new daily cases of Covid per 100,000 residents.
Assembly Budget Committee Chairman Phil Ting says school districts’ criticism of a proposed deal shows they want money but no accountability.
Teachers in large California districts have been waiting for the Covid-19 vaccine as school staff from smaller districts were vaccinated.
It’s been unclear whether the Biden administration would offer testing waivers as many school districts continue to operate with distance learning.
Asked whether he would be comfortable going into a classroom and teaching, Fauci says “It’s tough because I’ve not been in that situation.”
Newsom’s plan to reserve 10% of vaccines for teachers could lead to more schools reopening, but it could take too long to satisfy many parents if teachers insist on being fully immunized before returning
In the first of a series capturing teachers' experiences, most express alarm over the pandemic's impact on learning and mental health.
Lawmakers would offer $2 billion to bring back elementary school students after April 15; Newsom favors a speedier timetable.