A preliminary investigation by the California Department of Education has found the El Dorado Hills private school where a child with autism stopped breathing and later died last week violated several state regulations when they put the teen in a face-down restraint position for an extended period.
At least 75 teachers at Oakland High School are planning a walkout Monday to protest an impasse in contract negotiations, according an organizer.
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Superintendent Chris Williams announced his sudden resignation Thursday, along with two other top administrators.
Three parents from Merced were arrested last week after their children missed too much school after Merced County school districts and the district attorney’s office conducted a sweep to combat the ongoing attendance issues at schools.
On Dec. 6, 2018, the California Department of Education updated the official California School Dashboard with the latest data for schools and districts. The dashboard shows progress, or lack of it, on multiple measures.
About 1 in 3 school districts will require assistance from the state or their county offices of education to improve their performance in several areas, based on the new ratings on the California School Dashboard, which the California Department of Education released on Thursday.
More than 200 parents braved the rainy weather on Thursday evening to protest changes to the sex education curriculum at Desert Sands Unified School District. They criticized the district’s planned changeover to a sex education curriculum mandated by state law through Assembly Bill 329, which was first enacted in 2016.
Hundreds of Mountain View parents who are worried that a charter school’s plan to open a campus will erode resources at existing schools and negatively impact low-income families are asking the school to postpone its plans indefinitely.
The Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown had great expectations for new regional compacts and levels of cooperation five years ago when they invested an unprecedented half-billion dollars in a new program, the California Career Pathways Trust. But things did quite not turn out as intended.
The state has identified half of the school districts in San Diego County as needing support to improve their performance, according to the state’s annual school ratings released Thursday.