Back To School: Some Sacramento County Students Resume In-Person LearningStudents at 16 Catholic schools across Sacramento County went back to class Monday after health officials approved waivers for in-person instruction. 
State Education Leaders Discuss School Reopening Guidance
Sacramento City Unified Parents Fed Up, Some Call To Boycott ClassTuesday thousands of Sacramento City Unified Students are set to return to distance learning, but exactly what that will look like is still up in the air.
Sacramento City Unified Moving Forward With Distance Learning Plan Without Teachers Association AgreementSacramento City Unified announced Saturday that the district will move forward with a full distance learning plan beginning on Tuesday – a decision made without an agreement with the Sacramento City Teachers Association.
Sacramento City Unified First Day Starts With Technical Difficulties, Ends SuccessfullyIt's back to school for Sacramento City Unified students, one of the last districts in the area to make their return. But no set distance learning plan is in place.
Mediator Approved To Assist Negotiations Between Sac City Unified And Teachers UnionThe new school year for Sacramento City Unified students is nearly here, but with the district and its teachers association unable to agree on what the rest of the year may look like, many families feel left in limbo.
District Deadlock: Sacramento Parents Concerned About No Agreement To Start School YearWith just days until it's back to school for Sacramento City Unified students, families don't know exactly what to expect for more than the first two days.
Sacramento City Teachers And District Reach Impasse On Distance LearningThe Sacramento City Teachers Association says they have requested a state mediator after failing to reach an agreement on a distance learning plan with the Sacramento City Unified School District. 
Homeschool Community Helping Parents Struggling With Distance LearningSome parents hate distance learning, others tolerate it and some are simply taking their child's schooling into their own hands.
'I Would Have Lost All My Income': Pandemic Changing Face Of Home DaycareA business that is usually only open to babies, daycare centers are now being asked to take in older siblings.
Classroom Cybersecurity: Keeping Hackers Out of Virtual ClassroomsFrom Roseville to Yuba City to schools across the country, virtual classrooms are being hacked. Classes are interrupted, often with racial slurs or adult videos, leaving many wondering how it's happening and how to stop it.