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Parents are juggling the responsibility of being their children's teacher with their jobs and other obligations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Worried about finances and health, some high school seniors are deciding to stay closer to home for college.
School districts had asked for temporary waivers from special education law to avoid lawsuits from parents.
Superintendent Austin Beutner reiterated Monday that in-person classes won't resume in LA Unified until health officials say it is safe.
As schools scramble to figure out distance learning plans, one district shares what’s worked a month into distance learning.
Most part-time faculty do not have health benefits, though they make up 70% of community college faculty.
Calbright College will provide essential training to help workers recover from the looming economic recession.
While pushing back the LCAP deadline, Newsom orders districts to report on distance learning and school closure expenses by July 1.
Each campus determines who can access the funding, and some are developing applications so students can apply for the aid.
Teacher preparation programs will decide if candidates can get their credentials with fewer student teaching hours, formal observations
Home visitors are making video calls and parking outside homes to provide mobile hotspots to keep connecting with the families they serve.
PPIC annual poll finds parents are satisfied with how districts closed schools and how Gov. Newsom has handled K-12 education.
Increasing costs due to the pandemic combined with existing financial challenges will hit California schools hard.
The governor is expected to postpone the LCAP; legislators will be asked to cancel the California School Dashboard for one year.
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.