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California State University adds $10 million to boost math and science teacher preparation in California
To address a persistent teacher shortage in math and science, the California State University system is pumping $10 million into its Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative over the next four years.
For the past year, here in California and across the country, robust policy debates about charter schools and their future have taken center stage.
The marching order for what Newsom is calling a Cradle to Career Data System is included in a lengthy bill elaborating on the 2019-20 state budget for education.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first education budget, which the Legislature passed on Thursday, remains his budget.
At her aerospace engineering elective, high school senior Keren Araujo shows off the latest creation.
California’s hundreds of high school career academies can now boost their prestige—and create more uniformity in quality—through a new voluntary certification program, announced by the Linked Learning Alliance at its annual conference in Oakland on Jan. 24.
Students at the Del Lago Academy are not just going for a good grade in their biochemistry class. They’re also trying to earn “digital badges” they hope will land them internships in the region’s burgeoning biotech industry – and help them throughout their careers.
In appropriating nearly $1.5 billion over five years for career technical education opportunities, the Legislature made an assumption that funding would make them happen.
High school students in Linked Learning programs are more likely to earn a diploma and are better prepared for college and careers, a new independent evaluation of programs in nine California school districts found.