A 13-year-old autistic student has died after he was restrained by staff during an incident at his school in El Dorado Hills, authorities said Thursday. The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office said the boy turned violent and had to be restrained by school staff to prevent other students and staff members from getting hurt
Sacramento City Unified School District’s Board of Education said Thursday that it still could not meet its minimum-reserve requirements for the next two years as it approved its first interim financial report since having its budget rejected by the county Office of Education for the second time in October.
California Governor-elect Gavin Newsom praised his “cradle-to-career” education plan throughout his campaign. One of his goals is to establish a data system that tracks kids from early childhood through college and into the workforce.
For only the second time in five years, Novato Unified School District teachers — working without a contract since August — took to the streets this week to protest stalled talks with the district for the current school year.
The student-performers became the center of controversy in October after the Coachella Valley Unified School District accused the city of ordering the students to remove the Mexican flag and references to Mexican history from their performance on Sept. 15.
All but 25 acres of the 137-acre Wildcat Ranch was sold to the Sonora non-profit The Park Foundation for $1 million during a special meeting of the Sonora Union High School District Board of Trustees Tuesday night.
The first foggy school days of the winter season have led some parents to wonder on social media: How bad does it have to get before districts will call a foggy day schedule?
Teachers at the Gompers Preparatory Academy charter school are unionizing because of what they say are issues with unequal pay, a long work year and a lack of teacher voice in decision-making at the school.
The person who wins the open Los Angeles school board seat in a March special election will serve less than two years and enter the fray during a period of budget strain and labor unrest. The campaign might overlap with a teachers strike.
As English learners in LA Unified continue to post little to no growth on state tests, the district this year has a new strategy to help students become proficient in English.