January 12, 2022 | EdSource

Covid, wildfires, economic uncertainty and persistent racial injustices have upended nearly every aspect of children’s lives in California, according to one of the first comprehensive surveys of young people’s overall well-being since the pandemic began. The 2022 Children Now Report Card...

August 18, 2021 | EdSource

The pandemic has touched many students with heightened stress, disruptions and remote learning hurdles, but experts say it may have the greatest impact on the youngest learners, those in the formative years of learning to read. Creating a language-rich environment on...

July 2, 2021 | The Sacramento Bee
Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday signed a law to help alleviate the pandemic’s effect on grades and graduation credits by giving California students an opportunity to redo a grade level. Assembly Bill 104, now law, creates a range of grading options to accommodate K-12 students who struggled during the 2020-21 academic year, when distance learning disrupted classroom routines.
June 9, 2021 | Education Analytics

This infographic from Education Analytics and Policy Analysis for California Education *PACE) summarizes the results of research examining the changes in learning patterns experienced by students in grades 3–8 in California and South Carolina. Using results from winter 2020–21 interim...