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Cal State Long Beach is launching an ambitious series of mental health initiatives that pair students and administrators with practitioners and community members to make resources more accessible.
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
Starting this fall California high schools and middle schools won't be allowed to start before 8:30 am and 8:00 am, respectively, following a state law proposed in 2019.
Kohler Co. and College Promise Milwaukee create scholars program designed to retain local talent and create a pipeline of career possibilities
During the past 6 months, a team with The 74 found and celebrated educators who persevered through the hardships of the pandemic to help their students continue to succeed in school and beyond.
Companies and community colleges are partnering to train future STEM-field workers. Registered apprenticeship programs are intended to increase opportunities for workers and widen the talent pools for employers.
The youth mental health crisis existed long before COVID, but it was exponentially worsened by the pandemic. Safe spaces like one at a Fresno middle school help connect kids with counselors and reduce stigma around mental health.
During the pandemic, teachers were forced to take on responsibilities and roles that exceeded their mental and job capabilities. Here are recommendations as to how teacher education programs should adapt.