Whistleblower Accuses San Jose State University of Cover-Ups, Retaliation Over Misconduct AllegationsTop officials at San Jose State University are accused of covering up allegations of misconduct, including sexual abuse, as well as retaliation against whistleblowers, according to a former university employee.
Health Inspectors Evaluate San Francisco Schools in Advance of ReopeningBack-to-school health inspections are now underway in San Francisco and, with the health department’s blessing, some schools plan to bring back younger students soon.
Sonoma County Elementary Schools Can Now Apply for In-Person WaiversElementary schools in Sonoma County can now apply for waivers allowing them to bring students back into the classroom, but county Superintendent of Schools Steve Herrington is urging school leaders and parents to proceed with caution.
San Jose Unified School District To Continue Distance Learning Through At Least DecemberThe San Jose Unified School District announced that distance learning will continue through at least the end of December 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judge Shuts Down In-Person Classes At Defiant Fresno-Area Private SchoolA judge on Tuesday ordered classrooms closed at a private school in California’s Central Valley that has defied state and local health orders aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Roundup: Most CSU Classes to Remain Online Through Spring 2021Most California State University classes will continue to be held online for the spring term that begins in January 2021, with fewer students living on campus than normal.
San Francisco Schools To Begin First Round Of In-Person Classes At 'Community Hubs'San Francisco is forging ahead with school reopening plans, with thousands of students set to attend in-person classes at “community hubs” at 40 sites citywide, beginning Monday, September 14.
California State University Sticks To Mostly Virtual Learning For Spring 2021 Semester Due To COVID-19All California State University campuses will remain under mostly virtual learning for the Spring 2021 semester due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
California State University To Keep Classes Online Next TermCalifornia State University, the country's largest four-year public university system, said Thursday that classes at its 23 campuses will stay primarily online when the next term begins in January due to expected increases in coronavirus cases later this year.
Newsom Announces New Appointments to State Board of EducationGov. Gavin Newsom announced two new, high profile appointments to the State Board of Education Wednesday.
Chabot Space & Science Center Holds Second Pandemic AuctionThrough a second silent virtual auction, Oakland's Chabot Space and Science Center hoped Wednesday to raise even more money amid challenging financial times, executive director Adam Tobin said.
More Than A Dozen Marin Schools Welcome Back Students For In-Person Learning Marin County approved waivers to allow more than a dozen schools to reopen Tuesday for in-person classroom learning. For many, it was a small step, but a welcome one.
COVID-19 Won't Stop Volunteers from Helping San Quentin InmatesVolunteers Diana Kronstadt and Helaine Melnitzer were immersed in a San Quentin rehabilitation program when COVID-19 blocked them from entering the prison.
Pac-12 Partners With SoCal Pharma Company for Daily Coronavirus TestingHaving college football back by Thanksgiving has been a dream for many but there’s new optimism that it can become a reality.
Newark School District Receives Bomb Threat Through Mass EmailThe Newark Police Department said Friday it investigated a bomb threat sent to the Newark Unified School District earlier that day in a mass email.