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Data from Fresno Unified shows a 10% jump in chronic absenteeism since last year, reaching 22.8% this year, with most from low-income families.
California legislators are asking Gov. Gavin Newsom to restore funding for a professional development program for science teachers.
EdSource is tracking the movement of counties between four tiers in the state’s color-coded monitoring list, which is updated every Tuesday.
Families across California face a school year like no other as they confront a deadly pandemic that has upended the traditions of going back to school. Come along as EdSource reports how families are learning how to cope.
Complicated, ever-shifting set of unique factors will affect school reopening plans.
Get quick answers to some of the most common questions as schools and colleges start the new school year.
Many of the decisions about how schools reopen for the fall will be made locally. Find guidance for your county as well as other state and national agencies.
An interactive timeline of major milestones in the pandemic lockdown.
Amid a continuing pandemic, four California community colleges announce plans for an all-virtual fall term. UCLA offers students a choice.