Stockton School Temporarily Closed Due To Increase In COVID Cases To Reopen Aug. 23The charter school says it plans to reopen later this month following quarantine guidelines.
Sutter Creek Teacher Allegedly Assaulted By Parent Over Mask WearingThe parent of an elementary school student in Sutter Creek allegedly assaulted a teacher during an argument over their child having to wear a mask.
'Like A Germ Factory': Face Cover Confusion As State Does Another Mask ReversalParents will want to keep masks on the school supply list.   
Kids 12 And Up Could Be Next In Line To Get COVID Vaccine; What's Next?The Pfizer shot could get FDA approval by next week for kids 12 and up. 
California Public Schools See Steep Drop This Year In EnrollmentCalifornia public schools have experienced a sharp decline in enrollment this year as the pandemic forced millions into online school, according to data made public Thursday.
California Allows School Districts To Begin Making Plans For In-Person Graduations With LimitsThe pandemic has led to many missed milestones for students and their families, but there's new hope graduation may go on.
As Schools Work To Reopen, State Launches 'Safe Schools For All' HubLast month, the state published data that visually displayed the divide between schools that have returned to in-person learning and those that have not. 
Education Layoffs Looming? Districts Start To Give Some Teachers The Pink SlipAmid a statewide talk of extra school funding and a push to re-open schools, some Sacramento-area districts may be battling budget cuts.
Sacramento Parents, School Officials Weigh-In New School Reopening DealGov. Gavin Newsom announced a multi-billion dollar incentive Monday to get back to in-person learning within a month, starting with students up to second grade. 
'It Makes It Never Ending For Victims:' Experts Say Cyberbullying Is Getting Worse With Online LearningUC Davis professor of Sociology Robert Faris says bullying is easier during the pandemic.
Gov. Newsom Says Deal To Reopen Schools Is CloseAs the vast majority of California students approach one year of distance learning, Gov. Gavin Newsom vowed Tuesday that classrooms will reopen “very, very shortly.”