The first draft of a proposed ethnic studies curriculum has drawn strong criticism from top state education leaders, as well as some ethnic organizations that say their stories are mischaracterized, underplayed or ignored.
California school districts could soon be required to update records if graduates have changed their name or gender since leaving high school.
The Sacramento City Unified school board voted Thursday night to cut the number of school resource officers on district campuses by more than half while renewing its contract with the Sacramento Police Department.
As Marin students return to school, educators and health officials are hoping nearly $500,000 in state grants announced this month will help them curb the rise in youth vaping.
The Mt. Diablo Unified School District has a new leader — Robert Martinez. The district’s school board unanimously selected Martinez as the new superintendent to succeed Nellie Meyer.
For the first time in years, every classroom teacher at Stege Elementary in Richmond is arriving with more than five years of experience as an educator. The K-6 school, which struggled with keeping teachers, will also have a full-time substitute teacher.
Forestville teachers will be back in class Friday, working under a new three-year contract reached Thursday night following a four-day strike.
The countywide rate of fully-vaccinated children entering school in the 2018-19 school year was just shy of the 95 percent guideline or “herd immunity” believed to protect the community, the most recent data from the California Department of Public Health show.
Among the improvements around the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District over the summer break were six new classrooms designed for team teaching that replace 12 old portable buildings at Seaside High.
Karen Loebbaka, 56, whose twins are entering their senior year at the Larkspur high school, was selected unanimously by the board out of a field of six candidates interviewed Monday night.