Gov. Newsom Reveals $2 Billion Plan To Start Reopening Schools For In-Person LearningCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday encouraged schools to resume in-person education next year, starting with the youngest students, and promised $2 billion in state aid to promote coronavirus testing, increased ventilation of classrooms and personal protective equipment.
Joe Biden The Overwhelming Favorite In Mock Election Held By California StudentsIf California students had their say, Joe Biden would be elected the next President of the United States.
Schools May Be Impacted If County Sees Renewed Coronavirus RestrictionsCalifornia schools that haven't resumed in-person instruction will not be allowed to do so if the counties where they are located are moved to a more restrictive tier due to rising coronavirus cases, state officials said.
Sac City Teachers, District Still At Odds Over Distance Learning PlanSacramento City Unified schools are already underway, but the teachers union and district still are at odds over distance learning.
What School Gym Class Looks Like In Pandemic TimesFor students from Meraki High School outside Sacramento, California, staying fit during the coronavirus pandemic has been as easy as playing solitaire.
California Superintendent Has Plan To Bring Students Back Into Classroom — But Not Their TeachersMost schools in California will not be reopening for in-person education this month — but one superintendent has come up with a plan to welcome some students back to class. And it doesn’t involve their teachers.
New Study Again Ranks Stockton And Modesto As 2 Of The Least Educated US CitiesStockton and Modesto have again been ranked as among the least educated cities in the US.
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 Chief Says Some Districts Can Open SafelyCalifornia's education chief on Wednesday applauded the state's two largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego, for this week's decision not to reopen classrooms this fall amid rising coronavirus cases but said the same rules need not apply in counties with low rates of infection.
Parents Question Whether Distance Learning Is The Best Option For Their ChildrenA New York Times article arguing about the need for students to return to the classroom is flying in the face of federal and state health experts.
Pediatrics Group: Academic, Mental And Physical Benefits Of In-Person School Outweigh Coronavirus RisksAs states grapple with how to safely start the upcoming school year, the American Academy of Pediatrics is pushing for students to be physically present in classrooms rather than continue in remote learning for the sake of their well-being.
Sacramento Schools To Get Mental Health Clinician For Each CampusA new partnership will provide mental health services to students returning to Sacramento schools this fall.
California Schools Chief Details Plan For ReopeningCalifornia's Department of Education released a detailed guide Monday for the safe reopening of schools in the age of face masks and physical distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
California Schools Chief Calls For New Plan On Racism, BiasCalifornia's education chief Tony Thurmond announced plans Monday to lead a new effort focusing on racism in state schools during emotional remarks on George Floyd.
California Schools Say Budget Cuts Will Delay ReopeningSix California school districts representing more than 900,000 students say the governor's proposed budget cuts will delay the reopening of schools.