Los Angeles schools to remain in hard shutdown for near future, superintendent says
The position of L.A. Unified — which serves communities that continue to have infection rates among the highest in California — puts it among the more conservative among the nation’s school districts when it comes to the pace of reopening.
How Cardona pushed for school reopening and kept strong relationships with teachers unions
As the coronavirus pandemic upended education, Connecticut’s education commissioner moved quickly to set up regular meetings with organizations representing the state’s teachers, school boards, principals, and superintendents.
Gov. Newsom: California schools won’t reopen ‘if we wait for the perfect’
A frustrated Gov. Gavin Newsom said school administrators and teachers unions should agree as soon as possible to reopen schools for younger students — or else be clear with families that they will not return to classrooms at all this academic year.
San Francisco votes to rename 44 schools for namesakes’ ties to racism, slavery
The new namesakes must adhere to a set of guidelines, including that individuals proposed must not have been slave owners or abetted in slavery or genocide, violated human rights violations, or be "known racists and/or white supremacists."