Tuesday’s upsurge of COVID-19 confirmations has resulted in widespread school and college closures.
Will the school bond’s failure serve as a wake-up call to pass a Proposition 13 reform initiative in November?
About $3.5 million worth of attack mailers have targeted Jackie Goldberg and other LAUSD school board members.
The billionaire’s controversial training program has found a new home at Yale University.
Los Angeles-Hollywood-area parents say they were not consulted about a new middle school whose student body would be drawn from whiter and wealthier schools.
The Chicago Teachers Union framed its fight as a struggle against the city’s gross inequities between rich and poor families.
Where Elizabeth Warren and Gavin Newsom’s plans to reinvest in public schools most diverge is on funding mechanisms. Liz has one; Gavin doesn’t.
A Latinx novelist challenged Georgia Southern University students to think about their whiteness. They did, and the results were not pretty.
The end to decades of intractable charter warfare came courtesy of an unstoppable grassroots movement.
Did a Los Angeles school board member leak confidential information to charter school lobbyists?
It’s Betsy’s world and scholars just live in it.
Cory Booker emerges from the school choice closet. More California kids are missing classes due to fires. Ethnic studies gets a reboot.
Whistleblowers have accused staff at East Oakland’s Castlemont High of manipulating grades for nine students.
Governor Newsom hopes a legislative agreement will set the stage for a political ceasefire in the state’s long fight over charter schools.
Why do California charters enroll far fewer students with disabilities than traditional schools?
Six years after Jerry Brown reformed school funding, low-income districts still struggle to draw experienced teachers.
The Trump administration’s proposed food stamp cuts could have a cascading effect on California public schools.
California’s charter lobby remains fiercely opposed to far-reaching reforms found in a state Assembly bill.
Researchers say low provider pay and low quality care are endemic to California’s patchwork childcare industry.
The packing of an education task force panel has diluted a highly anticipated Assembly bill reforming charter schools.