District scrambles to comply with Title IX requirements, seeks donations to keep other sports alive.
Bay Area district hopes city voters will approve a new bond measure in the future to pay for projects not completed through Measure J funds.
District adopts revised three-year budget after Alameda County Office of Education rejected budget adopted in June.
West Contra Costa Unified will give community committee updated information by November, according to settlement agreement.
California Department of Education official calls state's charter school laws outdated and says they are in need of revision.
West Contra Costa Unified has also launched a recruiting website and added new teacher training to attract and retain educators.
Panel issues nine recommendations aimed at improving budget oversight and reducing number of schools.
Inspired by successful strikes in other states, teachers from Southern California to the Bay Area are threatening fall strikes.
A fiscal analysis by an independent agency says the district is in “financial distress.”
One of two international high schools in California, the small Oakland campus offers special programs for immigrant students.
West Contra Costa Unified, which already has two K-8 schools, plans to expand three more elementary schools to K-8 starting in the fall.
Data needed so public can have a say in how the district spends state funds
On National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools, city violence also weighs heavily on Bay Area educators and community.