The Los Angeles Unified School District will ask its board this week to take another step toward revoking the charter of El Camino Real Charter High School, arguing the school and its governing board have fallen short of fully fixing alleged violations.
Two Fresno Unified school board members joined city leaders on Thursday to oppose Measure X, the school district’s $225 million bond up for a vote next month.
Whittier City School District launched its home iPad program this week, which allows its middle school students to take home the tablets and have access to a modern learning experience, officials said.
For some members of the Gay/Straight Alliance at San Leandro High School, answering the call of nature isn’t easy. To address the problem, the high school re-designated 10 single- and multi-stall restrooms throughout the campus as gender-neutral.
Los Angeles school board members are set to consider the second of three steps needed to put El Camino Real Charter High School back under district control.
The long-running battle between California and the federal government over the direction of state education policy continues, despite passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act, the new federal education law that delegates far more decision-making powers to local school districts than its much-maligned predecessor, the No Child Left Behind law.
The first statewide initiative Californians will see on their ballots next month is Proposition 51, which would authorize $9 billion in school construction spending statewide.
A county education official cleared the road Tuesday for ag behemoth The Wonderful Company to set up a charter school in Lost Hills as early as next year after finding few problems with the charter’s application.
An email obtained by the Independent Journal appears to show political maneuvering involving Sausalito Marin City School District and Willow Creek Academy charter school board members in response to a critical state report.
Measure L was put forth by the Ferndale Unified School District and if approved would use money from increased property taxes in the district to upgrade and modernize buildings at both Ferndale High School and Elementary School campuses.