Tuesday’s upsurge of COVID-19 confirmations has resulted in widespread school and college closures.
About $3.5 million worth of attack mailers have targeted Jackie Goldberg and other LAUSD school board members.
No Child Left Behind was a disaster and school choice has failed. A new book points the way forward from the wreckage.
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.
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.
California’s charter lobby remains fiercely opposed to far-reaching reforms found in a state Assembly bill.
Unearthed emails reveal a cozy relationship between the L.A. schools superintendent and the charter school lobby.
Borders, boundaries and barriers have been a way of life in the lower Sacramento Valley since the Gold Rush days. The newest form of green line here is charter schools.
Los Angeles charters suspended black students at almost three times the rate of traditional schools; students with disabilities were suspended at nearly four times the non-charter school rate.
Gavin Newsom hailed a new charter school transparency law he signed. Why won’t the law prevent charters from failing?
Gavin Newsom’s most dramatic break from the Jerry Brown era is the governor-elect’s fierce commitment to high-quality child care and universal preschool.
On Saturday Assemblymember Tony Thurmond declared victory in his campaign to become California’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The record-shattering spending on candidate Marshall Tuck mirrors the threat level that a Sacramento without Jerry Brown represents to the charter school lobby.
Profiles of Three Leading Contributors to This Year’s Schools Superintendent Race
Whoever is elected Superintendent of Public Instruction in November will have a historic opportunity to correct the course of a system in which the public good has increasingly been compromised by the competing demands of private interest.
When American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten traveled the country during her annual national back-to-school tour this year, she purposely weighted her itinerary with stops at schools whose parents had overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump.
A low-turnout Los Angeles election, which set a new record as the most expensive school board contest in U.S. history, resulted in a 57-43 percent victory margin for an affable defender of “school choice.”
A state report has criticized Alliance College-Ready Public Schools’ compliance level with federal student privacy rules during an anti-union campaign. BY BILL RADEN