March 14, 2020 | Redlands Daily Facts

With U.S. stocks just suffering their worst day since the 1987 crash, followed immediately by one of their best single days, some economists are saying buckle-up and worrying that the coronavirus may help send the economy into a recession. The...

March 8, 2020 | CalMatters

Ballots from last week’s election are still being counted and it will be weeks before the final numbers are tallied, but with that caveat, it appears that a $15 billion school bond issue — the only statewide ballot measure —...

March 6, 2020 | EdSource

School districts have turned to parcel taxes in recent years to raise money for school programs, class-size reduction and teacher salaries. California voters were uncharacteristically stingy this week when they rejected more than half the local school bonds and tax measures...

March 3, 2020 | San Jose Mercury News

Special education in California should be overhauled to focus on the individual needs of students, with better training for teachers, more streamlined services and improved screening for the youngest children, according to a compilation of reports recently released.

March 3, 2020 | CalMatters

Last October, when he signed the legislation that placed Proposition 13 on the ballot, Gov. Gavin Newsom made a prediction: “Voters will approve this bond, because voters historically approve school bonds.” Newsom and supporters, who spent millions of dollars campaigning...

February 28, 2020 | Take Two

There are 725,000 K-12 students in California who receive special education services -- and a new report says that the state has a long way to go to adequately meet the needs of these kids. With us to break down...

February 28, 2020 | Easy Reader News

When they cast their votes in the March 3 primary election, South Bay residents could be forgiven for thinking they had stepped into a time machine. There’s a divisive measure on the ballot with the potential to greatly change financing...

February 20, 2020 | Education Dive

The research, conducted over nine years, shows the Early College program has a $57,682 return on investment per $3,800 spent, with participants also having been shown to provide a public benefit of $23,973 per student over a lifetime due to...

February 19, 2020 | Times-Herald

Special education in California should be overhauled to focus on the individual needs of students, with better training for teachers, more streamlined services and improved screening for the youngest children, according to a compilation of reports released today.

February 18, 2020 | EdSource

Special education in California should be overhauled to focus on the individual needs of students, with better training for teachers, more streamlined services and improved screening for the youngest children, according to a compilation of reports released today.