Education Headlines

  • Los Altos: Bullis, district approve truce

    A draft agreement that resolves years of acrimony and multimillion-dollar court battles between Bullis Charter School and the Los Altos School District was unanimously approved Monday night.

  • La Jolla schools gain leeway in academics, hiring

    La Jolla schools have gained flexibility from the San Diego Unified School District under an unusual arrangement approved Tuesday that could lead to changes in hiring, student selection and academics at the elite cluster of campuses.

  • EdSource: Superintendents surveyed about suspensions

    Superintendents say teachers are the group most likely to object to policies that would reduce student suspensions, according to a new national survey on school discipline released Monday by AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and the nonprofit advocacy group the Children’s Defense Fund.

  • EdSource: Bilingual education could make a comeback

    After nearly two decades, bilingual education in California could stage a resurgence if the state Senate approves a bill in August that would put the issue on the ballot in November 2016.

  • Galt learning centers keep students engaged

    It’s one of the Galt Joint Union Elementary School District’s first-ever summer camp programs, housed in each of the seven schools’ learning centers.

  • Pomona Unified attempts to deal with space issues at Washington Elementary

    Pomona Unified School District finds itself with a need for classroom space at Washington Elementary School.

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