At least 30 Marin kindergarten teachers have signed up to use a new system of observation that results in a standardized way of evaluating whether kids are ready to enter school.
A Santa Rosa Family is celebrating the first day of school Monday because, thanks to a judge’s order, their five-year-old child will be able to attend her first day of kindergarten and bring her medical marijuana on campus.
Federally funded summer and after-school programs will be fighting for survival next month as Congress and President Donald Trump start negotiations over the federal budget.
Banning teachers and school administrators reached an agreement Friday evening, Aug. 10, ending a dispute that led to teachers going on a three-day strike this past week to start the school year.
After hearing complaints and concerns from a few parents about the “spirit pack” fundraiser, the district agreed to refund any Olympian High School parents who paid for cheerleading items.
With the new school year just days away, hundreds of San Diego-area charter school students and their parents are waiting to see if their school will be legally allowed to exist.
In light of a state audit that uncovered evidence of possible fraud or misappropriation of funds by former San Ysidro School District administrators, an accounting firm is set to review the district’s finance policies and protocols.
As students head back to class across California this month, many will sip water from school fountains or faucets that could contain high levels of lead.
At its next regular meeting, the Los Angeles Board of Education will consider holding an election in March to fill the vacancy left by the resignation of Ref Rodriguez.
A former El Monte Union High School District superintendent struggled at times to retain her composure Thursday as she told a jury in the trial of her gender discrimination and retaliation suit that she was dedicated to helping children, but was bullied by a school board member and placed on leave without justification before being fired.