The coronavirus has upended life as we know it for everyone and challenging institutions from preschool 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.
Calbright College will provide essential training to help workers recover from the looming economic recession.
While pushing back the LCAP deadline, Newsom orders districts to report on distance learning and school closure expenses by July 1.
Each campus determines who can access the funding, and some are developing applications so students can apply for the aid.
Teacher preparation programs will decide if candidates can get their credentials with fewer student teaching hours, formal observations
Home visitors are making video calls and parking outside homes to provide mobile hotspots to keep connecting with the families they serve.
PPIC annual poll finds parents are satisfied with how districts closed schools and how Gov. Newsom has handled K-12 education.
Increasing costs due to the pandemic combined with existing financial challenges will hit California schools hard.
The governor is expected to postpone the LCAP; legislators will be asked to cancel the California School Dashboard for one year.
Donations announced Monday are beginning to chip away at the daunting task of connecting all students to devices and internet from home.
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown LA Unified's budget into an uncertain state. Drops in enrollment further hurt the district's finances.
During this public health crisis, schools need freedom to provide best education possible for all students, Special Education expert says.
Requirements for SAT or ACT are suspended for a year and UC faculty votes to keep the exams in the future. Regents will have the final say.
LA Unified has been forced to spend on unexpected costs associated with the pandemic, including providing meals and technology to students.
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing will vote on staff recommendations that would allow teacher candidates to become classroom teachers even though they have been unable to complete all credentialing requirements.
Educators and community members in Oakland Unified and West Contra Costa Unified have established several fundraisers and other campaigns.