California colleges and universities are upending their operations to fight the coronavirus, offering online courses, closing dorms and changing their academic calendars. Follow this quick guide for the latest news.
California has put on hold most aspects of its school accountability system. Following Gov. Newsom's executive order on April 23, state guidance on the Local Control and Accountability Plan expected soon.
With more than 6 million students sheltering in place, school districts across California are deciding how to grade students for their distance learning. This guide answers all of your questions on the various options.
A possible phase-out of DACA won't mean changes to California's financial aid to undocumented students. But those students are worried about their futures if they lose their permits to work legally and might face deportation.
California remains strongly committed to Common Core standards in math and English language arts, which focus on critical thinking and problem-solving. The standards have been adopted by more than 40 states.