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California school districts opened up new classrooms in late August specifically designed for the youngest of students. The new grade, known as transitional kindergarten, comes courtesy of the Kindergarten Readiness Act of 2010, authored by state Sen.
California Watch California State University and University of California campuses are taking new steps to limit what students can do with their class notes: At least one CSU, Chico, student recently was reported to judicial affairs for selling notes
35 AM PDT For several years, King City High School teachers "bumped" grades of students who performed well on state tests or advanced examinations in order to encourage them. John Bernard was appointed state administrator in 2009 and by the next
A new Sweetwater Union High School District audit concludes there is nothing wrong with the district's practice of borrowing bond money for modernizing schools to pay for operating expenses. The financing mechanism was highlighted in The San Diego
Convicted felon can't continue to coach at Yuba City March 17, 2011 05:35:00 PM A Yuba City man is ineligible for a volunteer high school coaching position because of his 10-year-old felony conviction, Yuba City Unified School District ruled this
Inland North County school districts issued tentative layoff notices to dozens of teachers this week. The fiscal year begins July 1, but California Education Code requires school districts to notify certificated employees teachers and counselors by
The Sweetwater Union High School District reversed course Monday night, saying it will no longer be borrowing from its bond money to pay the bills. Dianne Russo, district chief financial officer, spoke before the bond oversight committee reiterating