How 'Regular School' Parents Can Homeschool Their Kids During The Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus has turned caregivers around the world into homeschoolers.
Scholastic Is Offering Free Online Courses So Your Kids Can Keep Learning While Schools Are ClosedScholastic has launched a "Learn at Home" website that has free daily courses for students from Pre-kindergarten to grades 6 and higher.
Had Enough? Californians Turn Down Higher Taxes, DebtA final tally of votes remains incomplete, but there is agreement on both sides that no single reason explains the downfall of the big bond.
California Lottery Didn't Give $36M To Schools, Auditor SaysThe California lottery skimped on giving $36 million in revenue to fund public education and spent $720,000 on food and travel expenses without considering cheaper options, the state auditor said in a report.
Study: Teachers Who Praise See A 30% Increase In Good Behavior From StudentsThe more your child's elementary school teacher uses praise instead of punishment, the more your child will stay focused on their schoolwork.
Gov. Newsom's 2020-21 Budget Plan Aids TeachersGov. Gavin Newsom wants to give $20,000 stipends to teachers at high needs schools.
California Puts $15 Billion School Construction Bond On March BallotCalifornians will vote next year whether the state should issue $15 billion in bonds for school construction and modernization projects.
Report Names San Joaquin Delta College California's Best Community CollegeStockton's San Joaquin Delta College is getting some national recognition after consumer website WalletHub.com, named it the fourth overall community college in the nation.
Stockton And Modesto Ranked As Two Of America's Least Educated CitiesStockton and Modesto are ranked as two of the least educated cities in America, while Sacramento ranks in the top 50 of most educated cities.
Full-Day Kindergarten May Be A Requirement In California by 2022-23 School YearThe requirement to have all public and charter schools in California enroll students in full-day kindergarten will start a year later than originally proposed, under a bill making its way through the legislature.
Community Leaders React To State Spending On Homelessness, EducationPart of the package comes with $100 million for mental health services that would address the shortage of qualified mental health professionals.