In a major victory for unions, a California appeals court on Thursday reversed a lower court ruling that had thrown out tenure and other job protections for the state’s public school teachers.
The Palm Springs Unified School District board voted unanimously Tuesday to raise residential and commercial development fees in order to support future student population growth.
Under Robert Schram’s direction, Clovis Unified has become a local leader in the battle to change the face of school lunches. It has developed innovative menu items, involved students in the decision process and kept a sharp eye on emerging food trends.
Oxford Preparatory Academy’s second K-8 charter school in South Orange County is set to open in September, possibly at the former Aliso Elementary School site.
Three school districts have created innovative systems to evaluate teachers that could serve as models for districts laboring under a flawed state evaluation law, according to a new study.
Former coach Arnold Villalobos said he thought he was providing a service by saving fruit that was headed for the trash and giving it to student athletes and others on campus who wanted it. He said he was unaware of public health restrictions on re-serving unsealed food.
An outside arbitrator has ruled the Los Angeles Unified School district must pay more than $7.1 million to a charter school operator after failing to offer it an option for sharing classroom space nearly a decade ago.
A new Educational Employees Credit Union branch is part of a $3 million construction project at Clovis West High School and will be staffed by students when it opens in August.
A former local charter school operator has agreed to pay a $16,000 fine for misconduct that includes using public education funds to lease her own buildings.
Kingsburg Joint Union High School District trustees approved a policy this week to allow teachers to carry guns on campus – but there’s no sign that other districts in Fresno County plan to follow Kingburg’s lead anytime soon.