Castlemont Junior Academy was shut down entirely in 2016. Castlemont Primary Academy, is currently being merged into a district-run public school. Now, according to Oakland Unified School District officials, taking on the students will cost the district as much as several hundred-thousand dollars.
Just how many law firms has the Kern High School District hired to investigate its police department and officers after administrators came under fire last year for misusing a sensitive police database? Your guess is as good as ours.
How the People’s Republic of Santa Monica, as the city is sometimes jokingly called, gave rise to the skinny-suited man now at Donald Trump’s side is as much a story about one teen’s intellectual tenacity as it is about the backlash to liberalism at the turn of the millennium.
At schools in Chico and Oroville, there are empty classrooms that should be filled with preschoolers.
Before the Obama administration left office, California education officials had one final request: give us a pass from federal testing laws so we can begin giving students a new statewide science exam. Last week, a top Obama administration official at the U.S. Department of Education formally rejected that request.
Thousands have signed a petition demanding that Clovis Unified School District reinstate the production of a play at Buchanan High that students say was abruptly canceled because a main character is gay.
With schools in San Diego County and the state closing due to severe storms and destructive flooding, the California Department of Education has offered districts assistance recouping lost attendance funds.
The Mt. Diablo school district is getting serious in its opposition to the creation of a proposed Northgate school district. It declared its formal intent to fight against the growing secession movement within its district’s boundaries in a resolution its school board unanimously passed Monday night.
A century-old policy requiring Asian American students to attend an “Oriental” school is still on the books in San Francisco, a historical oversight the city’s school board intends to rectify Tuesday.
The 60 juniors in Michael Gatenby’s and John Daniels’ combined History-English class at James Lick High in East San Jose watched intently, at least through most of Donald Trump’s 18-minute inaugural address. When they put pencils to paper, thoughts quickly flowed: anger and dislike, indifference and resignation, along with degrees of optimism.