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The nursing programs of Cal Poly Humboldt and the College of the Redwoods will move into a new health education hub housed in a warehouse on California State University property in Arcata in about three years.
Student representatives from across California made a series of policy and curriculum recommendations during a presentation to the State Board of Education Wednesday morning.
Nationwide scores plummeted in math and fell significantly in reading in 2022 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress or NAEP, providing new evidence of the pandemic’s unparalleled impact on student learning and reinforcing calls for extra help for students who have fallen behind. Scores in California followed the national pattern in math but less so in reading.
Four universities in California will receive awards from the U.S. Department of Education to support training for teachers of English learners.
California formally launched its first tutoring initiative for K-12 students Friday when Gov. Gavin Newsom administered a pledge of commitment to hundreds of college students who are participating in a new state-funded service program, #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.
The $20 million will enable the new Foundation for Fresno Unified Schools to create an endowment, producing $800,000 to $1 million annually, said Fresno Unified Superintendent Bob Nelson, who is on the foundation board.
State announces recipients of $54 million aimed at easing transition from school to college and career
The Governor’s Office on Wednesday announced another round of grant recipients for a program aimed at streamlining the pathway from high school to college and careers. Los Angeles County, the Inland Empire and the border region will be receiving $54 million as a part of the state’s K-16 Education Collaboratives Grant Program.
A day after California launched college savings accounts for all low-income students, Oakland unveiled a $50 million boost for its own college savings account program.
Oakland, with among lowest ratio of fully prepared, rightly assigned teachers, has a strategy to address teacher churn
Oakland Unified School District has created Grow Your Own, with teacher residencies, an after-school pipeline and a teacher development program for middle school teachers. It is providing mentoring and resources for all new teachers and, starting this year, will pay for new teachers’ credentialing fees and assessments.