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About 20 percent of California students do not have access to the internet at home.
During a webinar viewed by 7,000 people, state officials encourage innovation to provide service and promise cooperation in weeks ahead.
More than 99 percent of all K-12 students in California are affected by school closings.
UC admissions requirements should align closely with California's K-12 curriculum standards.
More than 1,200 public and private K-12 schools have announced closures or moved to online learning due to concerns about coronavirus.
Experts say lack of child care, limited access to internet and computers for some, and teacher training would hinder online learning for many schools.
Los Angeles Unified is encouraging STEM schools to get a certificate indicating that the school meets high standards set by the district.
Fitness testing too often causes anxiety and shame among students, officials say.
Funds will be shared by 75 elementary schools with the lowest reading scores.
The governor proposes $1.5 billion over 5 years on incentives for new teachers and grants managed by a small agency to fix highest poverty schools.
The results are the first set of scores for a new test aligned with California’s new science standards.
Search for your school or district's 2018-19 scores on the new California Science Test.
Family coding events have spurred some districts to increase computer science offerings during the school day.
The ongoing impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump in the U.S. Senate gives teachers the opportunity to teach history as it unfolds.
An independent group will be commissioned to study CSU's proposal to require a fourth year of high school math in freshman admissions.