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.