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Oakland Unified reached a tentative agreement on distance learning which, if approved, will go into effect immediately upon ratification.
The governor wants to reimagine the state’s Broadband Council and ramp up efforts to connect all students to technology during distance learning.
The debate continues on what should be in an ethnics studies curriculum; legislators must decide whether to be the first state to require it.
Mentoring provides essential academic and social support to students; and a renewed sense of purpose to isolated teachers.
A citywide campaign raised $12.5 million to provide for low income students, but the devices have not yet arrived due to a backlog.
EdSource reporters and readers met Wednesday in a virtual town hall to discuss what education will look like this fall in California.
The Legislature set minimum hours but left it to districts and unions to define instruction, engagement and set the length of a school day.
Teacher shares tips for distance learning gleaned from teaching summer school during the pandemic.
At least 100,000 tablets with internet included will be ready for districts in time for the new school year, state officials said.
Building on summer pilot program, nonprofit group wants to help Oakland students in a program that gives low-income parents a stipend to oversee their child's online learning.
The obstacle is the way.
Protests are emerging in districts where teachers are required to conduct distance learning from their physical classrooms.
School districts, charter and private schools would have to meet safety requirements. Counties could limit the number of approvals.
As L.A. Unified finalized its distance learning plans, Oakland Unified and other districts were still negotiating with their teachers.
Sal Khan, a pioneer in distance learning, warns that distance learning does not replace the value of in-person instruction.