Brentwood School Board Votes For 100% Distance Learning When School Resumes July 28Brentwood school officials voted Monday to continue distance learning when student learning resumes on July 28 during the pandemic.
Newly Converted Marin County Classrooms Show How Learning Will Adapt To COVID-19Some schools in Marin County are giving us a glimpse of what it will be like when students come back, after months of distance learning due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Oakland Schools Seek $12.5M To Close Digital Divide In Coronavirus Remote LearningThe fundraising campaign was spurred by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic forcing students to learn and participate in class while at home.
Coronavirus Update: CSU, UC Students Unlikely To Return To Campus In FallMost of the more than 770,000 students at California's two main university systems, which include several Bay Area campuses, aren't likely to return to campus this fall.
Nearly All CSU Fall Semester Classes To Remain Virtual Due To COVID-19Distance learning will continue, at least through the Fall semester, for the nearly half million students attending California State University because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Rosa Jr. College Extending Remote Instruction Through FallSanta Rosa Junior College will continue remote instruction through the end of the fall 2020 semester because of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Unified School District Opts For 'Credit/No Credit' GradingOfficials with the San Francisco Unified School District late Wednesday announced the approach teachers will be taking as far as grading students for the remainder of the coronavirus-impacted school year.
Coronavirus Update: State Works To Bridge 'Digital Divide' To Help Students During PandemicOn Monday, California Governor Gavin Newsom talked about efforts that have been made to meet the needs of students in the state during the coronavirus pandemic as schools struggle with distance learning, particularly in bridging the so-called "digital divide" to lower-income families.
El Cerrito Police Recover Several Laptops, Projectors Stolen From Wilson ElementaryEl Cerrito police recovered 25 laptops meant for Wilson Elementary School first graders' distance learning and several projectors that were stolen from the campus, authorities said Thursday.
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Oakland Educators Say Lack Of Access To Technology A Challenge To Virtual LearningWith widespread school closures confirmed through the rest of the year, teachers and administrators across the Oakland Unified School District are facing new challenges that come with virtual teaching and learning.
California Coronavirus Update: Google To Provide Chromebooks, Internet Access; Schools To Remain ShutCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday Google was providing more than 100,000 Wi-Fi broadband access points across the state to help bridge the digital divide for people who need internet access during the coronavirus shelter-in-place.
State Superintendent: Schools May Be Closed Into Summer Break During Coronavirus OutbreakStudents will likely not be able to return to school for the rest of the academic year and schools should focus on distance learning models, California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond said Tuesday.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Unified To Provide Computers For Students Without DevicesOfficials with the San Francisco Unified School District announced over the weekend that the district is working to provide computers to students in need during the COVID-19 school closure that could last through summer break.