In today’s environment of rapidly expanding technological options for schools and teachers, the question of what technologies work best in the classroom is an evolving one.
More teachers are using Minecraft and other digital games to teach history, science, math and other subjects.
Mobile science labs, Skype lessons with scientists and robotics workshops are among the offerings at some remote schools.
The technology, combined with supportive teachers, has opened the door to science careers.
At least 30 high schools now offer classes in data science, one of the state's most in-demand and highest-paying careers.
2019 budget proposal eliminates NASA education office and teacher training grants.
The move is a step forward in California's plan for computer science standards in public schools.
Hands-on science projects emphasized in California's new science standards are a hit with K-2 students, teachers say.
High-quality training in the new science standards needs to be a priority for districts in 2018, some leading educators say.
Auto shops still thrive at some high schools, despite a shift to more academic course offerings.
49ers, Ducks, other teams offer free curriculum to California teachers.
Computer Science Education Week part of a broad effort to prepare young people for jobs and diversify the tech field.
Teachers say they're spending hundreds out of pocket to pay for science experiment supplies.
An arts charter that adds science, technology, math and engineering finds a winning combination.
Most respondents in this Berkeley IGS/EdSource poll have not heard of the Next Generation Science Standards, although they endorse its goals when given an explanation
Hidden Genius Project, among others, provides free programming classes to underrepresented groups.