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The State Board of Education has pushed back the adoption of the California Math Framework for at least four months, an indication that it is taking seriously hundreds of suggested changes and critiques and that potentially extensive changes may be coming.
UC tracking drop in students returning after Covid start, especially for low-income and first-generation students
Fewer first-year and transfer students returned to the University of California this past fall after enrolling the previous year, a trend that system President Michael Drake said he is watching “very carefully” but predicted will rebound.
In 2021, the Inverness Institute’s Teacher Consultant Response Network members responded to two surveys about their experiences in the classroom during the Covid-19 pandemic. One year later, nearly 100 of these teachers have weighed in yet again, sharing their classroom experiences and perspectives on teaching in the current environment.
Linked Learning President Anne Stanton and vice president of policy Emily Passias comment on the state budget setting aside $500 million for the Golden State Pathways Program.
The Merced Automatic Admission program, launched in 2021, means students who meet the academic and UC requirements will automatically gain a freshman seat through a streamlined admissions process.
Assembly Bill 705 required California community colleges to show remedial courses improved students’ chances of completing math and English requirements for a bachelor’s degree. But research shows it can do the opposite.
Governor Gavin Newsom signed the state budget last Thursday, with total state funding for schools and community colleges adding up to $128 billion.
The L.A. STEM Collective is providing LAUSD students with hands-on and STEM-oriented activities this summer, like museum and aquarium trips and working with 'Tinker the Robot'
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a $307.9 billion state budget Thursday that includes a record $128 billion for TK-12 schools and community colleges, and $500 million dollars for Golden State Pathways