A new report reveals that last year the state came up short about 8,000 of the 24,000 fully credentialed teachers it needed.
Among other criticisms, the African American Acceleration task force noted Fresno Unified’s suspension rates for black students — which are twice that of other groups and rising.
Gavin Newsom hailed a new charter school transparency law he signed. Why won’t the law prevent charters from failing?
Rather than senior researchers, public finance experts and classroom learning specialists, seven of the governor’s 11 appointees appeared to have been recruited from the charter-industrial complex.
Negotiators have been trying to hammer out a deal for smaller classes, more student resources and wages capable of retaining teachers squeezed by gentrification.