Gov. Newsom Mandates Schools In Counties On California's Watch List To Start Year With Distance LearningWith the coronavirus showing no signs of slowing, Gov. Gavin Newsom is directing schools in California counties on the state’s watch list to stay closed for in-person classes.
California Schools Working To Provide Alternate Resources For Students Stuck At HomeMany questions still not answered as California's massive education system begins to face a new reality: The school year may already be over.
Schools Start Planning For Possible Spread Of CoronavirusSchools across the United States are canceling trips abroad, preparing online lessons and even rethinking “perfect attendance” awards as they brace for the possibility that the new coronavirus could begin spreading in their communities.
Hidden Toxic Mold Lurking In Schools: Why No One Is TestingHidden toxic mold devastated a Northern California school district. Now the superintendent is calling on lawmakers to protect students state-wide.
Hundreds Of California Schools Haven't Released Results Of Water Testing For LeadThis summer, we reported that one out of five California schools found detectable levels of lead in drinking water, but we also told you, hundreds of schools still hadn't reported the required lead test results.
California Public And Charter Schools Closer To Limiting Student Smartphone UseThe California State Senate unanimously passed a bill that would keep smartphones out of public and charter school classrooms, except under certain circumstances.
Could California Ban Students From Using Smart Phones At School?The proposal to ban students from using smart phones at school or on school grounds unanimously passed the California Assembly Thursday with some provisions to the original bill.
Start Of Classes Brings Increase In Hoax Threats Against Schools Back to school is the time the FBI warns they see an increase in hoax threats against schools.
Parents Sue California Schools Over 'Anti-Islamophobia' ProgramThe lawsuit is challenging the constitutionality of the school district's "anti-Islamophobia" program, which was created in a partnership with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Free Breakfast Program Proposed For All California StudentsAll California school students could get a free breakfast starting with the 2019-20 school year.
Bill Would Require Teaching Cursive Writing In Ohio SchoolsSome state lawmakers want to bring back cursive handwriting as a requirement in Ohio's elementary schools.