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At 21 of the CSU’s 23 campuses, at least 20% of students on average in Calculus 1 received D or F grades or withdrew over the past three years, according to an EdSource analysis of data from the schools.
Read Anne Stanton's response to Governor Newsom's K-12 budget proposal in EdSource.
Read Anne Stanton's response to Governor Newsom's higher education budget proposal in EdSource.
Senate Bill 224 requires all school districts that offer health classes to include mental health as part of the curriculum. The California Department of Education has until Jan. 1, 2023 to incorporate mental health into the state standards, and districts have until Jan. 1, 2024 to begin teaching the new material.
Funding for schools and community colleges will rise to more than $100 billion for the first time under Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget for next year, as state revenues continue to surge amid a pandemic that is filling hospitals and continuing to throw businesses and Californians off-kilter.
EdSource's John Fensterwald makes predictions for the year ahead in California education, and invites you to predict how likely his forecasts are.
This year, many seniors are either struggling to earn enough credits to graduate or, because of a new state law, are graduating with fewer credits and requirements than classes before them.
Prospective mental health clinicians could get up to $25,000 in scholarship money under legislation proposed Tuesday by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond intended to bolster mental health services for California students.
In an interview with EdSource, incoming superintendent-president of Long Beach City College Mike Muñoz discussed additional plans he has to help students with housing, child care and more.