While most states have some system that links their high school and college data to track what happens to students once they exit high school, California does not.
The Contra Costa County Office of Education has issued its third letter in two days to Clayton Valley Charter High School on the heels of the departure of three top administrators.
The Sonora High School Federation of Teachers declared a vote of no confidence in the district board of trustees following the district’s decision to negotiate with a Sonora non-profit on a deal to swap land near the school for Wildcat Ranch.
What do these billionaires have in common? They aim to shake up public education by promoting charters—schools that receive taxpayer funds but are not required to follow all the rules that govern traditional schools. And their newest goal is to try to elect California’s next governor.
As it faces questions about why a teacher accused of sexually harassing students was allowed to remain on staff, Santa Clara Unified School District is rolling out a new harassment task force and expanding training.
The Clayton Valley Charter High School has been instructed to preserve all documents, including emails and financial documents, as the county’s Office of Education conducts an extensive financial audit.
It doesn’t get the attention that curriculums and test scores do, but classroom management — the art and craft of keeping a room full of 20 eight-year-olds, or 35 teenagers, engaged and under control — is among the most challenging aspects of a teacher’s job.
Public schools in California have “largely starved the arts” for the past 40 years, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said Wednesday. Now he’s got a plan to change that situation.
A San Diego mother grieving what she said was her bullied son’s suicide is suing King-Chavez Academy of Excellence Corp. and the San Diego Unified School District for wrongful death.
Various Coast Unified School District employees will be honored Thursday night when the Board of Trustees meets for the second time in eight days. The mood was different during a May 10 packed-house special meeting of the trustees when concerned and angry parents, teachers and others leveled sharp criticism at the board and Superintendent Vicki Schumacher.