Education

California not to apply for federal Data Disaggregation Initiative grant

California not to apply for federal Data Disaggregation Initiative grant

The California Department of Education has reportedly decided not to apply for a U.S. Department of Education Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Data Disaggregation Initiative grant.

California’s LGBT bill threatens faith-based schools

California’s LGBT bill threatens faith-based schools

A California state bill designed to prevent sexual orientation and gender identity-based discrimination at private universities will expose faith-based schools to massive legal threats, officials h

Calif. moves step closer to adopting new history & social studies teaching framework

Calif. moves step closer to adopting new history & social studies teaching framework

California on Thursday reached a step closer to adopting a new history & social studies teaching framework as the Instructional Quality Commission approved the plan.

California schools enroll more than 200,000 foreign students this year

California schools enroll more than 200,000 foreign students this year

The number of foreign students studying at public, private and community colleges in California jumped more than 100 per cent from 2006 to 2016, fresh federal stats show.

Calif. students’ attorney calls court’s ‘teach tenure’ decision unfair

Calif. students’ attorney calls court’s ‘teach tenure’ decision unfair

An attorney representing students in the landmark ‘teacher tenure’ legal dispute called California appeals court’s decision upholding job protections for teachers unfair, and pledged to appeal the

Calif. Appeals Court overturns lower court’s decision on teacher tenure rules

Calif. Appeals Court overturns lower court’s decision on teacher tenure rules

A California appeals court on Thursday overturned a lower court's decision that the state's job protections for teachers deprive minority and poor students of quality education and violate their ci

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