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04.24.15
Alameda: Nea, ACLC schools' staff vote to authorize strike

Nea, ACLC staff vote to authorize strike. Teachers, counselors and educational staff at Nea and Alameda Community Learning Centers have voted by 94 percent to authorize their union leaders

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04.24.15
L.A. school board backs tentative teachers pact with 10% raise

The Los Angeles Unified Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to back a tentative labor

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04.24.15
Many residents unaware of changes in education, poll finds

California has overhauled how it teaches students, how it tests students and how it funds schools,

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04.21.15
Commentary: For Soquel teachers, disrespect is the norm

As the Sentinel reported, 96 percent of teachers in the Soquel Educators Association recently

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04.21.15
Teachers’ Unions Fight Standardized Testing, and Find Diverse Allies

In Florida, the teachers’ union has lobbied to limit the use of standardized tests, and the governor last week

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04.21.15
Millbrae teachers to get raise: Tentative agreement shows 4 percent increase

Months of contract negotiations between Millbrae Elementary School District officials and teachers are set to end with a tentative contract that

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04.20.15
Point Loma High School faculty rallies to support 'Fight for 5'

Contract negotiations between the San Diego Unified School District’s administration and the San Diego Education Association are coming to a boil

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04.10.15
CTA president: On education law, Congress has a chance to get it right

It was a civil rights issue when it was signed into law 50 years ago, and it still is. On April 11, 1965, in the same extraordinary year as the Selma marches for voting rights and the landmark voter protection legislation he signed into law, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) as part of his “War on Poverty.”

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04.10.15
Exclusive: Former Enron Trader Arnold May Launch National PR Push to Reform Pensions

Former Enron trader and hedge fund billionaire John Arnold may be about to launch a national publicity campaign to convince U.S. voters of the need to reform public pensions, according to a document seen by Reuters.

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04.10.15
Why the Senate’s proposed No Child Left Behind rewrite doesn’t go far enough

Sen. Lamar Alexander, the Tennessee Republican who is chairman of the Senate education committee, and ranking Democrat Sen. Patty Murray of Washington state recently reached an agreement on a rewrite of No Child Left Behind that, if it were to become law, would significantly reduce the federal role in local public education.

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04.09.15
Panel approves $1b allocation for Common Core

A proposal adding $1 billion in state support for schools transitioning to Common Core State Standards won easy passage Wednesday from a key legislative committee.

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04.08.15
Without action San Francisco is in danger of losing its teachers

San Francisco is rapidly becoming unaffordable to our public school teachers and paraprofessionals, and too many are being forced out of our city and our school district because of skyrocketing rents and the high cost of living.

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03.31.15
Teachers, others demand more distance from pesticides

A consortium of regional health, educational, political and environmental groups came out Tuesday with a case study critical of existing protections

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03.27.15
Nation’s largest labor union: NEA: We want 2016 hopefuls talking about schools

The National Education Association, the largest U.S. labor union, is pushing to make public schools a front-burner

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03.27.15
Southern California legislators call for charter school reform

California legislators took to the steps of the State Capitol on Wednesday to call for reform of the state’s charter school law, including requiring them to be run as non-profits.

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03.27.15
Sunnyvale schools: 'Teacher of the Year' gives lessons on literature and life

English teacher Stephanie Fujii wants every student to walk away from her classes feeling appreciated and ready to take on the world.

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03.26.15
Chico school board OKs exam waivers for substitutes in case of teacher strike

Amid concerns about a potential strike, the Chico Unified School District board of trustees Wednesday night narrowly approved a bid by staff to seek

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03.25.15
Lax oversight leaves charter schools vulnerable to fraud

California’s 1,100 charter schools are subject to insufficient financial oversight, lax practices that leave the door wide open to fraud,

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03.25.15
California teachers unions promote charter school bills

California’s politically potent teachers unions are promoting bills requiring charter schools to hold open meetings and to consider all

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03.24.15
Lucia Mar readies for strike

Emotions on both sides of the standoff between the Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Education and its teachers union may not have exploded

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03.24.15
LAUSD teachers boycott faculty meetings despite threat of docked pay

Teachers across the nation’s second-largest school district Tuesday ignored warnings their pay would be docked and skipped faculty meetings in protest.

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03.24.15
New Studies Find That, for Teachers, Experience Really Does Matter

The notion that teachers improve over their first three or so years in the classroom and plateau thereafter is deeply ingrained in K-12 policy

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03.24.15
How higher education helps grow the middle class

Nick Dunham aims to carve out a middle-class living with the tools provided by Long Beach City College.

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03.23.15
Schools hiring again in NorCal after years of layoffs

With resumes in hand, people lined up in Elk Grove Saturday to snag one of 100 open positions for credentialed teachers.

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03.18.15
No resolution for Orcutt district, teachers

Another round of mediation Tuesday failed to resolve the two-year-old disagreement between the Orcutt Union School District and

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03.18.15
CTA president visits Reedley

Dean E. Vogel, the president of California’s largest teachers union, said during a March 5 visit to Reedley that a better way to

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03.18.15
Who's grading your kids' assessment test in California?

California will spend nearly $240 million in three years to administer and score its new standardized test, the California

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03.17.15
Pink-slip season slows for teachers

Unlike in previous nerve-wracking years, Orange County's 28 school districts issued just a smattering of layoff notices to full-time teachers by Sunday's state-mandated deadline.

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03.17.15
L.A. teachers launch union drive at Alliance charter schools

Teachers at the largest charter school organization in Los Angeles have launched a drive to unionize, a move that could alter the path of

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03.17.15
Teachers at impasse with SD Unified

San Diego teachers rallied Tuesday morning after declaring impasse with the city school district over negotiations that have been in the works nearly nine months

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03.16.15
Local teacher benefits from leadership academy

Sherry Lanza, a first grade teacher at Woodrow Wallace Elementary School in Lake Isabella, recently received a personal invitation

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03.13.15
Local educators hail state ed board’s decision to suspend API for one year

Vacaville-area educators on Thursday hailed state education leaders’ decision to suspend for one year

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03.13.15
Two Salinas girls find, return $10,700

Kayleen Ruelas put a major dent into her checkered reputation at school a few weeks ago. The eighth-grader at Gavilan View Middle School in Salinas

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03.13.15
California Teacher Layoffs Up Slightly This Year

California school districts have until Sunday to send out layoff notices to teachers for the academic year that starts in the

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03.12.15
Classroom-raised salmon make splashing entrance in Tuolumne

Although there was a crisp bite to the early March morning air on Monday, Dennis Earl Elementary students did not appear to notice

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03.11.15
Lucia Mar to hire strike consultant

The Lucia Mar Unified School District Board of Education voted Tuesday night to hire a consultant to prepare the district for a potential teachers strike.

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03.11.15
State suspends use of test scores to measure school quality

State education officials moved Wednesday to dramatically recast California's system to evaluate school quality by suspending the

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03.11.15
The Five R's: We're all English Learners

"Ich bin ein Berliner." I was 11 when President John F. Kennedy uttered those words. It probably was the first full sentence of German that I had ever heard.

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03.11.15
NCLB: What standardized test scores reveal about its legacy

No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was signed into law in 2002, the latest version of the long-standing Elementary and Secondary

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03.10.15
One in three California students reported being bullied

One in three California middle school and high school students reported having been harassed or bullied at least once in the

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03.10.15
DeAnza High students and parents protest loss of law teacher

Law Academy students at DeAnza High put what they've learned about free speech into action Monday, when they congregated outside the

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03.06.15
Reading goes to head of class at Desert Sands schools

Learning to read is a rite of passage, the time in your life when the entire world opens up to you. Not knowing how to read means not being able to follow

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03.06.15
Acalanes school district approves layoffs as it grapples with budget deficit

In a bid to slash a projected $5.4 million deficit this year, Acalanes Union High School District leaders have agreed to layoffs

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03.06.15
Bellflower Schools Spend Millions To Upgrade Technology

Bellflower Unified has spent $3 million this school year to create a system of tablets, laptops, document cameras and projectors that

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03.06.15
Six San Diego County School Districts Report Precarious Financial Conditions

The number of school districts in California reporting precarious financial conditions — including six in San Diego County

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03.06.15
California Republicans announce teacher evaluation, employment overhaul

Saying a major court decision that rejected California’s teacher employment rules compels them to act, Assembly Republicans on

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03.05.15
How Los Cerritos Elementary became fifth Long Beach school up for U.S. Green Ribbon

Los Cerritos Elementary School teacher Dianne Swanson still remembers building a garden on campus 15 years ago, unaware it

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03.05.15
STEM teaching becomes growing focus at local schools

While wearing aluminum foil helmets and black garbage bags for spacesuits, Academy for Academic Excellence students laid on their backs on chairs and launched into space.

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03.04.15
Common Core testing to begin at Inland Empire school districts

After years of preparation and controversy, California’s students are taking their first statewide standardized tests based on Common Core State Standards this spring.

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03.04.15
Still no settlement between Lucia Mar administration, teachers

Lucia Mar Unified School District teachers returned to their classrooms Monday, still working without a contract after a

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03.04.15
John Mockler, Capitol’s top education finance guru, dies at 73

John Mockler, who wrote California’s landmark school finance law during a political and governmental career that spanned a half-

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03.03.15
Fresno State moves to raise entrance requirements

Here’s news no local aspiring college student wants to hear: It will soon be even tougher to land a spot at California State University, Fresno.

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03.03.15
Mildred García: Education carries a powerful punch for women

When my younger brother came home with yet another black eye, I marched into the alleys of Brooklyn, found the bully and beat him up.

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03.03.15
Teacher Tenure: An Innocent Victim of Vergara v. California

"Rotten Apples" was the inflammatory cover line for Time magazine's November 2014 cover story on the contentious Vergara v.

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02.28.15
Read Across America: Special day in Chico brings books to children’s hands

Read early. Read often. Read for the rest of your life.
Those were some of the take-away messages for parents who

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02.27.15
LA teachers, union leaders rally amid stalled talks

Dressed in red and raising signs into the air, thousands of teachers filled a downtown Los Angeles park on Thursday in demand

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02.26.15
Report Slams Virtual Charter Schools That Graduate Just 36% Of Students

One of country’s largest chains of for-profit online charter schools has seen almost a decade of declining academic results,

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02.25.15
The Battle Over Teachers' Seniority Rights

In recent weeks, teachers at more than twenty public schools in Oakland have cut back the hours they spend on the job in an

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02.25.15
White House threatens veto of GOP bill to fix education law

The White House threatened Wednesday to veto a Republican bill to overhaul the widely criticized No Child Left Behind law, calling .

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02.24.15
Los Angeles Unified’s teachers union faces test of organizing strength

The print shop below United Teachers Los Angeles’ headquarters cranked out 7,500 signs for protestors to carry when they descend

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02.24.15
Carmel Middle School recognized for green success

Eco literacy teacher Pat Stadille stands at the far edge of the Carmel Middle School campus, surrounded by a platoon of 25 sixth-

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02.23.15
Anaheim parents fail to convert struggling school to charter

The first effort in Orange County to use a controversial state law to transform a low-performing school into a charter campus has failed,

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02.20.15
LAUSD superintendent warns of layoffs as teachers union prepares to strike

As the teachers union ramps up strike preparations, Los Angeles Unified Superintendent Ramon Cortines on Friday

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02.20.15
Hollywood star Tim Robbins visits Hayward school

Academy Award-winning actor Tim Robbins spent Friday at a Hayward elementary school, joining children in a staged reading, singing with

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02.20.15
Making a Teacher of the Year

What does it mean to be Teacher of the Year? Is it a mark of great professional distinction, or of personal ambition? Is it evidence of

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02.16.15
Amid measles outbreak, few rules on teacher vaccinations

While much of the attention in the ongoing measles outbreak has focused on student vaccination requirements and exemptions, less

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02.13.15
Third-graders take on keyboard challenge

Third-grader Tycho Sedlachek throws his hands up victoriously as he finishes his typing test. It shows he has improved his score for

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02.13.15
‘No Child Left Behind’ has failed

Public education for every child was an American idea, but it has always been a local and state responsibility. Even when Congress

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02.12.15
Classroom coaches critical as teachers shift to Common Core

To break down the isolation that many teachers experience in their classrooms, California schools are using instructional coaches as a

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02.11.15
Santa Rosa teachers protest at school board meeting

Santa Rosa City Schools teachers, locked in a contract dispute with the district, packed Wednesday night’s school board meeting to

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02.09.15
Education Funding Debate Begins At California Capitol

California’s economy is on the rebound, but there’s little extra revenue to go around for the next state budget. Yet

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02.07.15
Fewer college graduates applying for Teach for America

Teach for America, the education powerhouse that has sent thousands of handpicked college graduates to teach in some of

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02.06.15
Common Core, communication addressed at Woodland forum

A number of Woodland parents are worried the shift to Common Core may be doing more harm than good when it comes to their kids.

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02.05.15
Vacaville trustees hear governor’s ‘basic message’: Committed to education

Vacaville Unified leaders on Thursday heard an update on Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed $165 billion state budget

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01.30.15
Torlakson's Arts Education Task Force Submits Recommendations to Restore the Arts

An arts education task force formed by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson is calling for arts education

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01.30.15
Koch brothers’ massive spending bad for democracy

This week’s revelation that a network of wealthy conservatives controlled and largely financed by the Koch brothers

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01.29.15
After outcry, Oakland softens turnaround time for failing schools

School officials are giving five failing schools the option to delay turnaround efforts announced in December after a series

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01.27.15
Governor proposes boost for career education

Career education is projected to receive a boost under Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget, part of a larger push for

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01.19.15
San Mateo School Board Blasted by Senator, Community

State Senator Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo, is calling for a grand jury investigation of the San Mateo Union High School Board of

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01.16.15
Majority of Public School Students Now Considered Low Income

For the first time in recent history, a majority of students in U.S. public schools are low-income, according to an

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01.15.15
Union City teacher's book offers ideas on education reform

A Logan High School teacher has written a book that harshly criticizes education reform, saying that attempts to privatize

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01.15.15
Bay Area Affordability Crisis Spurs Young Activists to Fight for Teacher Housing

About a dozen volunteers — mostly in their 20s and 30s — are gathered around

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01.15.15
CCSF wins reprieve: Shutdown averted with 2-year extension

The commission threatening to revoke City College of San Francisco’s accreditation has granted the school two

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01.14.15
East Side teachers ratify contract

Teachers in the East Side Union High School District have overwhelmingly ratified a new contract, setting the stage to

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01.14.15
Tom Hanks: I Owe It All to Community College

In 1974, I graduated from Skyline High School in Oakland, Calif., an underachieving student with lousy SAT scores.

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01.14.15
Tentative ruling: LAUSD must repeal teacher evaluation system

California’s Public Employment Review Board tentatively ordered Los Angeles Unified School District to repeal a key

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01.13.15
Ex-schools chief Deasy to work for leadership academy of Eli Broad

Former Los Angeles schools chief John Deasy has accepted a consulting job as “superintendent in residence” for a training

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01.13.15
Education Secretary Arne Duncan calls for revamp of 'No Child Left Behind'

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan made a big pronouncement on Monday that President

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01.13.15
New bill would require ethnic studies offering in all California high schools

Under a new bill, California's public high schools could be required to offer ethnic studies classes as part of an effort

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01.12.15
Budget leaves facilities crisis for another day

Despite signals that his administration was ready to undertake a sweeping change for how new schools are paid for and older

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01.12.15
Gavin Newsom won’t run for Boxer Senate seat

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom said today he will not seek the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by California Democrat Barbara Boxer.

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01.11.15
Silicon Valley Turns Its Eye to Education

The education technology business is chock-full of fledgling companies whose innovative ideas have not yet proved

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01.09.15
Gov. Brown targets teacher preparation

Taking on an issue that has received relatively short shrift in the raft of reforms being implemented in California

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01.09.15
Virtual Teaching, Real Organizing

Turning the usual rivalries upside down, “virtual teachers” in an online charter school system in California are pushing to unionize.

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01.09.15
School funding: Brown proposes $7.8 billion more for education

Courtesy of the booming economy and increased tax revenues, California public schools and community colleges will reap a

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01.07.15
New schools and school leaders ahead

New faces and big changes greeted school districts in Mountain View this year after two superintendents called it quits and

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01.06.15
What Should We Expect From the 114th Congress?

Welcome to the 114th Congress! On Tuesday, lawmakers will gather on Capitol Hill for the start of the new legislative

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01.06.15
East Side schools tentatively settle contracts with employees

Potentially ending an acrimonious dispute, the East Side Union High School District has reached a tentative agreement that

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01.06.15
Brown’s budget would add billions to K-12 funding

Public schools got a glimpse into their ever-brightening financial futures on Monday when Gov. Jerry Brown, in his

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01.05.15
EdWatch 2015: 10 issues to watch

2015 promises to be a pivotal year for several major reforms in public education, including the continuing rollout of the of the top 10. Let us know what you would have added.

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01.05.15
Several education-related bills to take effect this year

As educators and administrators return to schools this month, many will help implement new laws taking effect that will

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01.05.15
Gov. Jerry Brown takes fourth oath; targets climate change

Forty years after first taking the oath as governor of California, Democrat Jerry Brown was sworn in to an historic

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12.16.14
Librarian layoffs could have devastating impact on schools

Calaveras High School media specialist Cyndie Klorer said the library is her home, and she has a vision for its future. She’d

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12.16.14
Restorative Justice offers Richmond High students alternatives to suspension

Sofia Paredes, a senior at Richmond High School, has always been an outspoken student, but exercising her freedom of speech

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12.16.14
Most schools solve web issues for computer testing

Of the state’s more than 11,000 public school sites, students at fewer than 21 of them will be taking the Common Core

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12.15.14
S.F. teachers approve new contract with 12 percent pay hike

San Francisco teachers overwhelmingly approved a new contract Thursday night that gives them a 12 percent pay increase over

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12.10.14
California offers budgetary lessons for U.S. government, Stanford professor says

Once the fodder of late-night comedians, California's budgetary strategy is actually one that national lawmakers might emulate, a

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12.02.14
School funding plan will improve over time

California’s new school funding formula is not just a way to distribute money to schools (“School gap needs more than

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12.01.14
CTA launches large-scale teacher training

With $6.6 million in support from foundations, the California Teachers Association is teaming up with two Stanford

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12.01.14
Can collaboration between schools, unions fix failing campuses?

In 2011, Fedde Middle School faced a dilemma. The federal government was offering the struggling campus, located in the

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12.01.14
CTA launches Instructional Leadership Corps

With California schools gradually making the transition to using Common Core Standards, there have been plenty of

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11.21.14
Charter schools break law by making parents volunteer, report says

Scores of California charter schools require parents to volunteer as a condition for their child’s enrollment in

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11.21.14
UC regents approve tuition hikes amid angry protests

Over the din of students chanting their protest, the University of California regents voted 14-7 on Thursday to approve tuition .

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11.21.14
East San Jose school board president promises 'corrective measures' to reduce class overcrowding

The president of the East Side Union High School District Board of Trustees today expressed regret over student overcrowding

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11.20.14
LAUSD teachers rally for pay raises, smaller class sizes

Kicking off a series of “escalating actions,” thousands of teachers from across Los Angeles rallied Thursday in support of

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11.19.14
Local Davis educators study strategies for implementing Common Core standards

John Dewey, an American educator and philosopher who lived from 1859 to 1952, once said, “If we teach today, as we taught

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11.18.14
Turlock teachers demand respect

An estimated 250 teachers gathered to the tune of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” before Tuesday’s Turlock Unified District

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11.18.14
NEA and National PTA Encourage Nation to Celebrate American Education Week

American Education Week (AEW) is celebrated each year during the last full week before Thanksgiving.

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11.18.14
President Of NEA Fears A Change by GOP In Public Education Funding

The head of the country’s largest teachers’ union says there could be a shift in where federal public education funding will

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11.17.14
State board approves school funding rules

After soliciting input for over a year from education groups, research and advocacy organizations, students and parents,

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11.17.14
State among worst on issue of child homelessness, report says

The sheer number of kids in California who have nowhere to call home and the failure of the state’s leaders to address the

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11.13.14
Belmont teachers get contract: Deal with district means retroactive raises

After two years of negotiations, the Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District has reached a tentative agreement

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11.13.14
LAUSD superintendent wants class sizes cut by second semester

Superintendent Ramon Cortines wants to speed up plans for smaller class sizes inside Los Angeles Unified’s middle and

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11.13.14
California allowed growers to exceed pesticide limits

The state has allowed Salinas Valley growers to exceed pesticide limits for more than a decade, according to a lengthy

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11.10.14
UTLA plans 5 rallies as part of National Day of Action

United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) is planning rallies at five locations on Nov. 20 with the duel purpose of demanding a new

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11.06.14
GOP Wave to Sap Obama's Clout on Education

After midterm elections that vastly favored Republicans at virtually every level, President Barack Obama has far fewer allies in Congress

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11.06.14
Torlakson declares victory in state superintendent race; Tuck concedes

California's state schools superintendent Tom Torlakson declared

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11.05.14
Torlakson victory ensures continuity in reforms

One immediate consequence of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson’s rebuff of challenger Marshall Tuck is to

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11.05.14
Torlakson narrowly beats Tuck in California schools chief race; Democrats Yee, Padilla also win

Torlakson narrowly beats Tuck in California schools chief race; Democrats Yee, Padilla also win

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11.04.14
What Conservative Media Miss In Coverage Of Controversial Time Teacher Story

Rushing to defend a recent Time magazine article critical of teacher tenure, several conservative media

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11.04.14
Charter Teachers Unionize at ACLC and Nea

For many, charter schools offer an alternative to traditional education. But when those schools go independent—as the Alameda

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11.04.14
Tom Torlakson, local CTA drum up last-minute support

California State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson rolled up his sleeves late Monday afternoon as he sat in the small room converted to a phone bank at the California Teachers

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11.03.14
Schools Chief Torlakson Announces $250 Million Available in Pathway Grants

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today invited school districts and community colleges to apply for $250 million in

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10.21.14
Teacher association dishes out school supplies, books

All it took to enter the Continentals of Omega Boys & Girls Club gym Monday afternoon was a golden ticket.

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10.17.14
California conditions favorable for Common Core implementation

With the adoption of the Common Core standards by 43 states, the nation’s schools have embarked on one of the most ambitious reform

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10.16.14
LAUSD regrouping after Deasy's departure

The end of Supt. John Deasy's dynamic and controversial 3 1/2 year reign over public schools in Los Angeles leaves school district

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10.16.14
NEA president: Don’t punish teachers with test scores

A former Utah educator returned home to a rock-star welcome Thursday as she criticized the "toxic" culture of testing in America’s public schools.

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10.16.14
Oakland teachers protest for raises and smaller class sizes

Oakland educators took to the streets in protest yesterday. At one intersection in North Oakland, one teacher appeared with signs and a

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10.16.14
Superintendent Tom Torlakson: California Ranked #1 in After School Programs

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today that California leads the nation in after school programs,

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08.30.13
A Labor Day Reflection

Labor Day is the one day of the year when we celebrate the historical achievements of the labor movement and honor those who contributed to the labor movement.

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