The ACT and SAT provide many valuable benefits to both students and schools, proponents say.
Education leaders weigh in on Gov. Brown's most important accomplishments for education and where they hope Gavin Newsom will focus his efforts.
Eleni Kounalakis and Ed Hernandez want to use the lieutenant governor’s office to make college more affordable.
Over 1 million students already attend California colleges and universities tuition-free. A new law could add more students.
The race's four leading Democrats answered questions that dive deep into early childhood, K-12 and higher education.
EdSource sought the advice of experts, advocates and observers; common themes emerged on improving Gov. Jerry Brown's landmark law.
Nearly half of families with young children say a parent left the job market to address child care needs.
Our experts would want to know about she'd address vouchers, early education, fears of immigrant students, Common Core and students' college debt.
Forecasters have little to go on since education wasn't a major theme in the presidential campaign.
Four superintendents appointed in 2016 discuss their leadership approaches.
The teachers in Friedrichs lawsuit claim mandatory fees violate their rights.
EdSource conducted a series of interviews with leading educators and scholars about the persistence of these achievement gaps and the prospects for the current set of reforms in California to help close them.
Students discuss teaching and testing as the new standards are implemented.
We asked nonprofit education leaders what reforms they think should be added to California's agenda.