One year after he vetoed legislation, Gov. Newsom signs bill, also releasing $50 million for districts to create ethnic studies curricula.
California teacher candidates no longer have to take two of the four tests usually required to earn a teaching credential.
California school districts are offering robust summer school programs with an emphasis on fun to help reconnect students to their schools.
A Los Angeles parent group filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Los Angeles Unified calling for a return to full-time, in-person instruction.
Home-schooling programs have seen a surge of interest since campuses closed in March. Parents are looking for flexibility and control.
Massive wildfires have become an annual event in California, and they are the first test of how schools can handle a crisis while distance learning.
Districts are starting to finalize reopening plans for the coming school year amidst uncertainty.
State health officials said parents likely were afraid to take their children to medical offices during the pandemic.
State guidance offers recommendations, but school districts will decide conditions and safety measures for reopening campuses.
It’s time to address racism and implicit bias in education and its impact on black and brown students, the Superintendent of Public Instruction said.
This current crisis must be more than a teachable moment; it must lead to real change, education leaders say.
Parents are juggling the responsibility of being their children's teacher with their jobs and other obligations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two federal grants will help California recruit teachers and mental health professionals to rural schools.
California charter school teachers may soon have to get the same background checks and credentials as teachers in regular public schools.
Though no one knows exactly how many college students are homeless, experts believe the problem has worsened.