Asthma, dental decay and diabetes are some of the most common health conditions students bring with them into the classroom – and cause students to miss school. Schools are forming partnerships for student health in a variety of ways, including school-based health centers that provide low-cost medical, dental and counseling services to students.
A Senate bill that's gaining traction could lead to free school meals for all California K-12 students starting 2022-23.
Children may soon be eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations, potentially helping California schools to fully reopen for in-person instruction.
About 40% of PE teachers in California said their instructional time has been cut back, a recent report says.
Ongoing spate of hate crimes aimed against Asians leaves college student fearful for her safety and constantly worried about parents, grandparents.
Without school nurses, it will be teachers and other school staff who will decide if a sniffle is a symptom of Covid-19 or just hay fever.
Teachers in large California districts have been waiting for the Covid-19 vaccine as school staff from smaller districts were vaccinated.
Online platform can help teachers spot and respond to students who are struggling.
How do you meet new people and find romance during a global pandemic? California college students are finding ways.
State and federal health officials say prioritizing teachers and school staff will allow schools to reopen sooner for in-person instruction.
Keeping students active is crucial for their mental and physical health — especially now, teachers say.
Once you realize that there is more to life than escaping your problems, the light at the end of the tunnel becomes a lot closer to reach.
Most respondents say the federal government should lead the way in providing those funds, and that the money is more likely to be forthcoming if Joe Biden is president.
Home-schooling programs have seen a surge of interest since campuses closed in March. Parents are looking for flexibility and control.
Distance learning is difficult in its own right. Distance learning while hungry will be even harder.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has returned to its pre-Covid rules of free meals only to students who qualify for free and reduced priced meals, leaving out those who relied on free grab-and-go meals over the summer.