Most teachers are embracing California’s new science standards, but the rollout has been hampered by teacher shortages, lackluster elementary science education, lack of supplies and other obstacles, according to a new report.
The Monterey County high school teacher who accidentally fired a gun during a lecture on “public safety awareness” has publicly apologized for the classroom incident that injured three students.
While students across the Bay Area walked out of classes Wednesday in a call for stricter gun control laws, some 50 Oakland teachers and after-school workers were gathered in the auditorium of Cole Elementary School for a class on what to do in the event of a school shooting.
Paso Robles High School students on Thursday said they were “upset” and “disappointed” after administrators changed their schedule and organized an assembly to prevent them from holding a walkout against gun violence.
The district board announced Wednesday that Ed Cora will lead the district, putting an end to the search and a string of interim superintendents.
The California State Board of Education of Thursday agreed to sponsor the charter of College Preparatory Middle School in La Mesa.
States should not abandon their high school math and reading assessments in favor of the college readiness tests SAT or ACT, a prominent national education nonprofit advised in a new report.
Ever since the Oakland Unified School District launched its African-American Male Achievement office eight years ago people have been asking, “What about the girls?”
The Martinez Unified School District is canceling Friday classes at Martinez Junior High School in response to graffiti threatening a shooting at the campus.
The 33,900-square-foot facility will be the largest gym in the Fullerton Joint Union High School District, which also serves La Habra and Buena Park. A typical high school gym is about 11,000 square feet, officials said.