Requirements proposed by UC ethnic studies faculty revive teachings on race that the State Board of Education largely dismissed as biased and divisive.
One year after he vetoed legislation, Gov. Newsom signs bill, also releasing $50 million for districts to create ethnic studies curricula.
10 civics education leaders criticize “extreme” views of history and ethnic studies, urge learning based on independent, critical thinking.
Higher rates of graduation and college enrollment are tracked to course, but researcher urges caution in interpreting the study.
Orange County Superintendent Al Mijares and the county board say they aren't competing, but viewpoints at two upcoming forums will differ.
The community college system's board of governors voted to amend the system's general education requirements and add an ethnic studies class.
California's community colleges plan to require many students to take an ethnic studies class. Here's what you need to know.
Soon, any student pursuing an associate degree at a California community college will likely need to take an ethnic studies class.
The state board unanimously adopted voluntary guidance for ethnic studies with one addition, clarifying the role of “critical race theory.”
The state model curriculum will provide guidelines, but districts will face the hard decisions on what and how to teach ethnic studies.
In his exit interview with EdSource, CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White urges the state Legislature to invest in the system with increased funding including funds to add a Legislature-mandated ethnic studies course.
California State University’s ethnic studies requirement is on track to being implemented as a lower-division class, disappointing faculty.
State schools chief adds lesson plans for Asian ethnic groups who felt left out and rewords sections to encourage multiple points of view.
The governor said he favors the concept, but disagreements over the content for the course's model curriculum should be resolved first.
Assembly Bill 331 would take effect with the class of 2030; author Jose Medina accepts several amendments proposed by critics.