Santa Clara Co. Releases COVID-19 Back-To-School GuidelinesStudents are getting a preview of what back-to-school will be like next Fall during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to newly-released guidelines from health officials in Santa Clara County.
Newsom Signs CA Budget Closing Estimated $54.3 Billion Deficit With Taxes, Spending CutsGov. Gavin Newsom signed a budget on Monday that closes an estimated $54.3 billion deficit by temporarily raising taxes on businesses, delaying payments to schools and cutting billions in spending on state services and worker salaries.
Oakland School District Agrees To Make Sports Programs Equitable For Girls And Boys
CA Schools Chief Applauds Renaming Schools Named After Slaveholders, Racially Charged LeadersCalifornia schools chief Tony Thurmond said Wednesday that schools named for Confederate leaders or other racially charged figures exacerbate feelings of racial inequality, and he commended schools that have opted to rename themselves.
CA Lawmakers Approve $54.3 Billion Budget With No Cuts To Schools, HealthcareFacing an estimated $54.3 billion budget deficit because of the coronavirus, California lawmakers on Monday approved a state spending plan.
Reopening: State School Chief Unveils Game Plan For Return To ClassroomsCalifornia’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.
Daycare Centers For Essential Workers' Kids Offer Glimpse Into Future Of Child Care During COVID-19 PandemicAs more COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed, the people who have been taking care of the children of essential workers have seen what the future looks like for daycare, summer programs and schools, as cities reopen.
State Superintendent Thurmond Calls For New Plan On Racism, Bias In SchoolsCalifornia’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.
Superintendent Thurmond's Vision Of Post COVID-19 Schools -- Masks, Classroom Sanitizers, Smaller ClassesCalifornia’s schools superintendent said Wednesday he expects classes for the state’s 6 million students to resume as usual in late August or September, but with classes that look radically different to maintain social distancing standards.
Bay Area Schools Facing Tough Challenges As Newsom Trims Budget To Weather COVID-19 ShortfallsAs schools in the San Francisco Bay Area look at the possibility of opening schools for the next school year, Gov. Gavin Newsom has dealt them a new challenge.
Napa County Announces Move Into Expanded Stage 2 Reopening; Wineries Not IncludedOfficials in Napa County on Tuesday announced that the state will be permitting additional businesses and services to open with modifications immediately, including dine-in restaurants and shopping malls, but not including wineries.
San Francisco, Oakland Among School Districts Warning 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.
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.
California Superintendent: Individual School Districts Will Determine COVID-19 Reopening TimelineThe California Department of Education on Wednesday announced it will not mandate start dates for school districts in the state as the state provides guidelines for reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts Call For Halting Permanent School Closures In California During Coronavirus CrisisA group of public health experts, along with parents and teachers are calling on Gov. Gavin Newsom to halt permanent school closures during the duration of the coronavirus crisis.