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Teachers' and classified staff unions support governor's decision to require vaccinations or regular testing for school employees.
Families have a right to independent study instead of in-person instruction; worry about the delta variant may determine how many choose it.
California State University's decision to require all students and staff to be vaccinated before they can return to campus this fall has triggered a range of reactions from students.
Students and staff across California are showing proof of getting the Covid vaccine so they can return to campuses.
With no statewide mandate, local colleges decide whether to require Covid-19 vaccinations. The delta variant is prompting more to do so.
Community infection rates are a big factor in schools' Covid safety plans as they prepare to reopen campuses in the fall.
Schools are prioritizing play and relationship-building this summer in preparation for fall, when schools reopen for in-person instruction.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's decision to allow school districts to enforce the state mask mandate has parents demanding they drop the requirement.
This spotlight highlights teachers' thoughts about various aspects of reopening schools, including how Covid funds were spent and how the reopening plan, in general, is working out at their schools.
K-12 districts have guidance on how to safely reopen campuses when California schools resume in the fall. Here's what you need to know.
A teacher shares how she and her colleagues are preparing to support students through a school year that is possibly even more challenging than the 2020-21 pandemic year.
Reversing from previous policy, UC says students and staff must be vaccinated this fall even if no vaccine receives full FDA approval.
We must continue to invest in understanding how students are doing as they return to school after the pandemic.
Hours after ordering schools to send home maskless students, California decides to let districts make enforcement decisions.
The guidelines are stricter than CDC guidelines, which say that students and teachers do not have to wear masks if they've been vaccinated.