Newly proposed legislation sponsored by the California Teachers Association would eliminate all performance assessments ...
A San Jose State professor told The Chronicle the history professor placed on leave was Jonathan Roth, who was the 2019 recipient of the university’s Distinguished Service Award. The altercation ...
There are deep partisan divides that exist regarding LGBTQ+ inclusion and racial justice in K-12 curriculum, according to a new study by University of Southern California researchers. “That said, ...
Lawyers representing organizations in property-poor school districts are pressing Gavin Newsom and legislators seeking a ...
As a child, Blanca Rubio was given coloring books rather than reading lessons, because she didn’t speak English fluently. Now, she is spearheading an effort to require California school districts to ...
A new report by the Campaign for College Opportunity analyzed enrollment changes within the nation’s largest public ...
Enrollment across California’s 116 community colleges was up more than 8% this past fall, surpassing 2 million students for ...
A judge has thrown out San Francisco’s practice of allowing non-U.S. citizens to vote in school board elections. San Francisco Superior Court Judge Richard Ulmer, in a decision released Friday, found ...
The California Center for School Climate’s Youth Advisory Team provides important insights for schools seeking to better ...
Abandoning potential "comebackers" has major implications, not just for them, but also for the state’s economy, says ...
Educational challenges for the increasing number of homeless youth nationwide will be exacerbated with the upcoming loss of federal funding targeting toward those very youth, according to a report ...
KIPP SoCal Public Schools will close three of its 23 campuses at the end of this academic year, including KIPP Generations Academy, KIPP Poder Public School and KIPP Pueblo Unido, the Los Angeles ...