Two recent Supreme Court decisions will have a disproportionate effect on Black and Latino students.
Preschool teachers use information from family interviews to plan curriculum and incorporate songs and books in children’s home languages.
Nearly three years ago, the Creek fire devastated the community of Big Creek and the town’s only elementary school.
When Ana Franquis family was evicted, they had nowhere to turn. They found help with the school district.
In Selma Unified School District in the Central Valley, two therapy dogs are helping destigmatize mental health services.
Leading experts discuss how school staff can help students recover from crisis, including the story of a lunch ladys response after the Oklahoma City bombing.
Talk show topics range from political affairs to chess to dating advice and even an old-time radio drama, based on original scripts from the 1950s.
Proponents say it would allow undocumented students to have the same access as other students to research and other campus jobs. Critics say it would encourage unauthorized immigration.
As a record snowpack is poised to melt and send rivers surging over their banks, an EdSource analysis finds more than 1 in 5 schools are at risk of flooding.
Reading aloud can help students with fluency, knowledge and vocabulary and boosts their own reading skills.