Digitized exams might strain technological capacity of some schools at first.
Six bills have been introduced to promote a new emphasis on programming and other advanced skills.
Funding cuts could shut down the district’s innovative garden and cooking program — a national model.
Suit filed by tech entrepreneur seeks to upend rules on seniority, teacher evaluations and more.
Retiring lawmaker says panels fail to provide oversight and that his successor ‘better be skeptical.’
Equal treatment for gay and straight couples in wake of high court decision to strike down law.
Adult students rush to finish GEDs as changes make it harder to get a high-school equivalency degree.
By Ana Tintocalis Years of budget cuts have been brutal for California’s 112 community colleges. The hard times also have exposed deficits in management at nearly a quarter of the colleges, including the system’s biggest: City College of San Francisco. CCSF is the only school at risk of losing its accreditation. Enter Robert Agrella, the […]
School is cool! That’s the message from Oakland Unified School District as millions of children head back to school this week and next. In a new YouTube video remix, students from Oakland middle and elementary schools bust a move to Rihanna’s “Please Don’t Stop the Music” to promote the importance of school attendance. Titled “I’m […]
by Joanna Lin, Center for Investigative Reporting TEHACHAPI, Calif. – School ended for Michael Garcia with a routine transfer from juvenile hall to adult county jail. There was no fanfare, diploma or cap and gown. He hadn’t graduated or dropped out. He’d simply turned 18. For the next 19 months, he was in limbo, unable […]